Sunbank House Hotel
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... visitors to check the tide times which are posted on the approach to the causeway as the road is closed for 12hrs a day when the tide is in. We were fortunate that the tide was in our favour and we made the crossing easily.
The island has a permanent population of 180 however, as we are in the middle of the school Half Term holiday period, the island was very busy with visitors however, we found a carpark on the outskirts ...
... battle, the English under the Duke of Cumberland wanted to stamp out the Scottish spirit so for years to come tartans, kilts, and bagpipes were outlawed, Jacobites and other Scottish were jailed and worse, their lands were taken by the crown, and the Highlanders were generally stomped down (for awhile). Culloden was THE defining battle. Today was the 268th commemoration of the Battle so we attended the ceremony and saw more kilts and tartans ...
... member of staff and have good waterproof covers for them.
I have already got the majority of my things packed and quickly running out of space. I think that we will be buying cheap clothing in Asia and then donating them to charity.
I have now finished work(Woo Hoo). And now packing up kit for storage. Picking up the final items we need for our travels.
This is the start of a long blog and hopefully by the end our ...
... the bike is not as narrow as normal. After about 3 or 4 miles the traffic begins to move again and one wonders what caused all this jam in the first place. There is no sign of an accident or anything!!
I take the off ramp at junction 35 and head on through Carnforth and the seaside town of Morecambe. It’s a nice slow drive taking in these lovely towns etc but with all the traffic I would rather be at the port than crawling along following slow cars.
A proper rest day today, which was needed by both of us. It was a slow morning enjoying a leisurely breakfast before wandering down into Pitlochry to explore the town. We spent the rest of the morning wandering around, drinking coffee and catching up with small items that we needed for the van- soda crystals and a new plug filter for the sink! The weather was warm and we spent time watching fly fishermen standing in the River Tummel catching salmon. One was ...