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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.
... 28 - 75mm - an early birthday present from Gray, and what a little workhorse it's been. For every photo I've posted on this blog, I've probably shot five.
I needn't have bothered. Around the corner where the families with kids and dogs were playing, we caught a few glimpses of dolphin backs just emerging very far away; on the main spit, with the big boys and their toys, not a thing. Some years ago, Gray and I went on a whale-watching cruise off New Zealand, and spent ...
Orkney Island is the most northern point of UK. Arrived by ferry round 9am and bordered a bus to tour Island. Visited Italian Chapel which was built by Italian POWs in the 1940s. The POWs built the causeways joining all the islands using 16,000 x 1.5 metre cube blocks of cement. Morning highlight was visiting the Highland Whiskey Distillery on the Island and sampled 12 year old single malt whiskey which left a nice warm feeling ...
... of his suggested route, but probably because we did the bits we did in such detail. It has been a fascinating day.
First stop was Castletown, which was the centre of the flagstone quarrying, manufacturing and exporting business. Flagstones, I hear you say, pfft! But when you see the use to which they are put around this area, and realise that they formed a vital building material of important buildings in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and ...