Royal Hotel, Caithness
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Another car has left the tour, hopefully temporarily, on the back of a truck after suffering clutch failure. This one is driven by Beth who must be around 80. There are a few lady drivers on the tour but Beth is the only driver without a navigator. The story goes that she used to ride horses but was ordered to stop for medical reasons and chose to buy an MGA instead. At one time she used to carry her electric mobility scooter on the boot ...
... br> I decided to splurge on a sit down dinner at an Indian restaurant two doors down. I suspect the restaurant was Bangladeshi owned since there were so many Bengali dishes on the menu that I was not familiar with. I decided to have chicken as my meat and go for the curry named Naga Morich which was described on the menu as "very hot". It turned out to be the hottest curry of my life. My eyes were still tearing and nose running an hour after ...
What a treat we got today! We wandered one more time in Kirkwall and went down to the harbor. The owner of the old sailboat was working on it today so I went down and had a great chat with him. He built the boat by himself in 1974 and modeled it sort of after Joshua Slocum's boats. He’s lived on it and sailed around the world since then and is now pretty much based ...
Here we are at the top of Scotland! Interesting little town - lots of old stone buildings and churches - and a river runs through it. Pretty river walk through green green grass and huge trees. Almost every tree is filled with raven's ...
... finding our way back to our car in a couple of hours in potentially pouring rain, so went back to collect it before we could forget our route. We drove the same route and eventually located the cathedral with plenty of parking nearby... but of course none of the restaurants anywhere near were open, were they? So we ended up wending our way all the way back down to the seafront, where we went back to the pub where we had done our earlier bed-finding, and had quite a decent meal in their ...