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Travel Blogs from Wick
Good night all. We are ready for the morning brrakie at 7 start at 8 ish Great night I. The only pub in jog full of end to Enders. Past a man on the way up who is dancing from end to end?? It all begins in the morning
I think Mem Fox might have visited Ireland or Scotland before she wrote the book about the sheep. The farmers here mark their sheep with colors. Perhaps you could write the next sentence for these photos.
Tuesday 1st July
We departed Inverness at 07:30 in no wind to catch slack water at Channonry point. This is a narrow bend in the river and we saw many dolphins showing off. We continued under motor for several more hours when a light easterly came with bright sunshine and a flat sea. From there ...
... br> Most mesmerised by - Andrew Gormley's sculptures at Crosby
Most luxurious accommodation - Lyzzick Hall Hotel
Most embarrassing moment - ask Judy
Most disappointing - we put on weight (but we are more muscular!)
Most helpful book "Land's End to John O'Groats" by Phil Horsley
Most helpful gadget - Garmins
Best tip - go do it and take at least 3 weeks...
... the wind, few houses, the craggy inland hills covered with pink heather - it's beautiful country and in the winter it must be so cold and windswept all year round. Had difficulty getting shots from the bus because I wasn't on the sea side.
Into Wick in the early afternoon. We did not do the option offered to go out to the Castle of Mey but instead wandered along the waterfront of the town.