Polrudden Guest House
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... to return to the ferry terminal. My visit too Lerwick and the Shetland islands may have been brief, but it was extremely worthwhile.
I came here to discover the culture and heritage (Norse) as well as to see the striking landscapes which these islands embody.
Getting on the ferry, I forgot to check in so I had to go back and start again. I then experience a curious incident where I was told I had to ...
... It wasn’t until Loch Watten (near Wick) that we briefly saw blue skies again before heading over the Pentland Firth on the approach into Kirkwall. A shower over the airfield delayed landing for a few minutes but we were soon down and parked in the spot we had used on our previous visit. As it was blustery and chilly, we quickly put the EZ to bed and walked to the Terminal to sort out accommodation. Thanks to Ian's (Information ...
... the usual 5:30 PM. Since the 5:30 PM close is subjective to how much work needs to be done and I can't leave Grandad waiting and waiting, nor is there a bus after 5:10 PM I have decided that I need to find a flat/apartment of my own in town. Once I actually give notice (which will be this Saturday) at my current job, I'll post an online request for an inexpensive flat here in Kirkwall. In the meantime my new boss has been very understanding about my ...
Happy New Year Everyone!!!! Wow cannot believe it is 2015.. where in the world did 2014 go. Well before I get to reminiscing about my incredible year let me catch you all up about the last month and a bit. December 4-7th... Grandad, all my aunts and uncle and I headed down to Inverness to do a little (a lot) of shopping and to see the Pantomime show. We headed off on the Thursday afternoon, catching the Hamnevoe from Stromness to Thurso. We stoppd in a small town ...
... whet your whistle for this wonderfully magic place.
I even saw a pair of pheasants today on our tour. We visited the Gloup, meaning throat and observed the collapsed Sea Cave.
We also viewed Copinsay Island and some wonderful sea stacks.
St. Margarets Township was also on our tour and really is a lovely old town looking out to sea and the firth.
Another exceptional ...