Brown Trout Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... moor and coastal scenery. Then to John O'Groats, NOT the most northerly tip of Scotland( see tomorrow). John had wanted to come here since 1989 and today he made it. Looked around the small village and took the usual photos with the signpost, then moved from the small settlement to the headland at Duncansby Head to camp. There we met Nigel and Sandra, an English ...
Royal Hotel, Thurso. Weather fine with clouds, sunny periods and then some rain showers late in the day A lovely breakfast at the B&B before we left to drive through Inverness and up the east coast to Wick, John O'Groats, Dunnet Head and into Thurso. We stopped at Golspie for morning tea. Free parking and free toilets up north! We then stopped at Hill of Many Stanes, a Pict historical site. It had 22 rows of stones up ended and they are not sure whether they are astronomical ...
... and saw stars (due to lack of oxygen) whenever I walked up a flight of stairs (I didn't tell Henry that) I also had to loosen the straps on my helmet because the glands in my neck had swollen so much, also several painful ulcers had come up in my mouth presumably because I was rundown (might not have told Henry that either, no need to bother him, he would only have worried more about me, poor chap just wanted to cycle not nurse his sis, only telling him now because I want ...
... even longer detours away from the sea. It almost seemed liked the sort of 'badland' topography one associates with semi-arid regions.
The next bay I came to was Melvich Bay. Fortunately there was a good footbridge leading to the beach avoiding a long walk along to the road. Beyond the bay, the village of Portskerra was perched on a headland and the road looped through the houses.
By now it was after 6pm and I was conscious of my destination, the ...
... Thurso Bay, and has been a harbour town since Viking times, when the Norsemen arrived in their longboats and formed a thriving settlement at this natural port.
In fact, reading the word “Scrabster” reminded me of a cross between “crab” and “lobster” and I was hoping to find some seafood stalls selling local cockles and mussels, as I absolutely ...