Tacher Farm Bed & Breakfast

Latheron, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW5 6DX , United Kingdom | Hotel
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Orkney Islands

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 09, 2014

... for a chieftain. The cathedral itself was founded in 1137 by the Viking, Earl Rognvald, in honor of his uncle Magnus. We returned to the bus for the return to the ferry dock. We arrived and immediately boarded the ferry. The return trip on the ferry was much rougher. The waves were three to four feet high, but the weather had broken and wasn't raining anymore. However, because of the cold, most people sat on the lower deck inside. We arrived back ...

Journey to Thurso

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 08, 2014

... at 7:00. We ate with Butch and Linda. There were only ten of us for dinner. Everyone else was on the optional excursion and hadn't returned for dinner yet. We had a decent meal. I had a herring appetizer, a fish entree, and strawberry cheesecake for dessert. We then retired to the lounge for tea and coffee. The bus with everyone else finally returned about 8:00. Afterwards we retired to our room to relax and watch a Bond ...

Wicked sailing to Wick

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jul 01, 2014

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Tuesday 1st July

We departed Inverness at 07:30 in no wind to catch slack water at Channonry point. This is a narrow bend in the river and we saw many dolphins showing off. We continued under motor for several more hours when a light easterly came with bright sunshine and a flat sea. From there ...

DayThree (17.5 miles....Cum 49.93)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jun 17, 2014

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... his supper with us before taking us on a tour of the estate. What an estate! 11,000 acres of Grouse and Red Deer moorland, salmon in the River Thurso, Brown Trout in Loch Glutt... All owned by Lord Pembroke if I heard correctly. He drove us up to the two tops we won't do tomorrow. Fantastic views... the best one being the one that showed us how far we have come today. Always the most satisfying of views! Roll on day four and more flow country to ...

Grey cairns and silver darlings

A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 30, 2013

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... what the holes in the rocks were used for (resting oil lamps) and what the hole in the harbour is for (boiling tar). we must also look out for the winch and the rest places on the steps (put in for the women to rest their baskets of herrings). We are asked if we saw the steps on BBC's 'Coast' and 'Secret Britain' programmes. Probably, I watched both series, but I don't recall. Our local looks disappointed. We guess he must have been featured. Anyway, he gives us an ...