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Kirkwall Peedie Hostel. Weather is wet and cold, windy at times Drove to South Ronaldsay island via the islands of Burray, Glimps Holm and Lamb Holm. The Islands are connected by the Churchill Barriers erected by Italian POWs during WWII under the orders of Churchill because a German U Boat had got through from the Atlantic Ocean to the North Sea and sunk a British ship. You can still see ship wrecks as you drive along the barriers. We visited the Tomb of the Eagles ...
... loch before heading up the hill and looking at the visitors center where they had a movie about the history of the castle. They somehow packed 1000 years of history into 8 minutes. I must say I was impressed for it didn't feel like you missed much. I would have really enjoyed it if some man had turned off the sound on his phone so that every time he took a photo it wouldn't make that shutter snap sound REALLY loudly. I ran out of time so I wasn't able to look at the very ...
... a band play there - they were a Scottish folk music band, and they were incredible!
I took the bus to Skye saturday morning - it was a beautiful drive. The mountains are gorgeous, and I couldn't stop taking pictures. When I got here, a girl named Sarah picked me up and took me back to the clinic, and I met Alistair, the locum vet, and Rhona, the owner. I went out with a couple of the girls for ...
... off about 10 minutes after arriving to the Earl and Bishop’s Palace, c. 1643. Primarily ruins at this point but amazing architecture – took lots of pictures for my cousin the geologist. All is sandstone, either red or yellow, done in various artistic combinations as you will see in the St. Magnus church doorway. Many of the styles ...
... and running a sort of history day under the rather stern tutelage of their teacher, for groups of slightly younger children, so wherever we went there were groups of kids being shown interesting things or playing games. One of the games was a sort of "Simon Says" which involved running from place to place and performing some sort of action; the person who got there last or faced the wrong way was out. We were so impressed by the good sportsmanship the kids showed ...
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