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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Thurso
... control of the birds. Afterwards we walked over to the museum which housed the collections from previous Dukes, including numerous trophy heads - including a giraffe, elephant, etc. There also Pict carvings on tablets plus shells, fossils, ores, archeological dig relics, jewelry and crafts from Africa, India, Tibet, Java, China, and other regions around the world. We then found a bench on which to sit until it was time ...
... 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 ...
... with a garrulous gift-shop owner in the middle of no-where, before getting to John O'Groats. Now I can see why the locals diss it: it's clearly set up for a tourist stop, with ice-cream shops and souvenir sellers and so on, but today it was pretty empty and the sea and the sky were pretty and we had a couple of lovely chats with nice people, and at least we can say we've been there. One could hardly drive 3 miles away from John O'Groats and NOT go ...
... from Alastair for a good restaurant in the shortest street in the world as testified in the Guinness Book of Records. The restaurant is called No 1 because it is the only building in Alexander Place, exactly 6ft 9 in long (measured from where to where, we wondered? We think the building frontage.) Two streets meet at a shallow angle, and a hotel fills the block; the restaurant is at the pointy end and its front door occupies the entire "length" of Alexander Place. ...
... has made me love and respect you more, thanks for the wicked route, thanks for looking after me on and off the road. Thanks for asking me to join you, Thanks mate, I would not have missed it for the world.
Just leaves me to thank you all for following our blogs, your sponsorship and your lovely supportive encouragement, it's made all the difference being able to share our trip with you all and knowing you are with us every day has helped us along. See you all soon. Love Mo ...