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... glasses of their beer. This was larger than we expected. I only liked two of the three, and they weren't any that I would purchase. The lunch was a bowl of a tomato based soup and four half sandwiches - ham, egg salad, chicken salad and cheese. Our next stop was Skra Brae, the neolithic settlement of prehistoric houses from around 5,000 years ago that were uncovered by a storm in 1850. Most of the village was half underground for protection from ...
... We had an hour to go to Thurso. Along the way we saw some oil rigs that had been decommissioned, and later near Thurso, we could see active oil rigs. We did make a photo stop at a statue in honor of those Scots who had to emigrate to other countries due to the displacements during the Highland Clearances. Once at the hotel St. Clair, a family run hotel (our guide compared it to Fawlty Towers), we waited for the bags. The ...
During the last series of walks you may remember that I had had to hitch lifts on several occasions. I had reached territory where my bus pass would be of little use. Various people had asked how I would proceed further and I said that perhaps Margot would accompany me on a future visit and provide some logistical support. Following a discussion along those lines with some friends, a retired colleague, David ...
... We had a lovely breakfast on cereal, scrambled eggs on toast and Roger had breakfast haggis + black pudding. We have never laughed so much as we did at breakfast, as June who is a Geordie decided to tell us a few tails, she would have made a really good stand-up comic. Remind me to tell you the one about Titanic and the dog or the woman with the large window when I see you.
We set off 9.10 from Wick to J.O.Groats 17 miles, 1.hour ...
... and we kept wanting to take photos. Fort William had an incredible number of bed and breakfasts and small hotels but did not seem that exciting apart from that. As we left Fort William we could see Ben Nevis – the highest mountain in the area at 1344 metres. It and some other mountains had snow on the top.
Just out of Fort William we saw the Commando Memorial – this ...