Sinclair Bay

Address: Main Street, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 4UY, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Main Street, Wick, is near Jarlshof Prehistoric and Norse Settlement and Bod of Gremista.
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        A travel blog entry by lesandmerryl on Jun 05, 2015

        1 comment

        ... his wife, family and job to devote his life to searching for her, and now he lives in a very small cabin with no electricity or running water. Next stop was Culloden Battlefield. I threw up soon after arriving there and felt a bit better afterwards. The visitor centre had an excellent multimedia display telling the story from both sides. We got an audio guide and walked around the ...

        A Farewell to Isles

        A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jul 19, 2014


        ... main Shetland Islands. The competition was fierce. The boats being rowed were 'sixareens' or 'sixerns', a heavy, open, clinker-built boat, with symmetrical prow and stern, rowed by six oarsmen. The race had first been held in 1902, at which stage it was conducted over a 2.5 mile course including a mid-course turn around a red buoy. The race has since been shortened to a single leg of around a mile, which takes between 5 and 6 minutes to complete. Crews included open mens ...

        Bremen to Iceland: Learning by doing

        A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Aug 18, 2013

        3 photos

        ... conversations to arrange our visit he already wasn't disappointing. Wick though, in the far north east of Scotland, isn't the breeziest place to fly in to. The crosswind flying in to Wick was hands-down the strongest I'd ever experienced. Wow. It was a lively approach, that's for sure. The windsock was beyond horizontal and gusting like crazy. I wonder how many of those they go through a year before they rip off the post. Good thing Maggie's responsive and I had good ...

        Jimmy's coastal walk: day 39 Castles and daffodils

        A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on May 01, 2013

        1 comment, 12 photos

        On May day I returned north to Wick. I didn't get there until 3.40pm but that still left a fair amount of daylight to cover some ground. A short walk took me back to the Impala B&B where I was able to unload most of the contents of my rucksack. It was a bright and sunny afternoon but with a brisk and chilly wind. This part of the coast is dominated by high cliffs of sedimentary rock, horizontal or ...

        Top of the Country

        A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Jun 26, 2012

        Top of the Country 216 miles Leaving Inverness, we detoured along the A82 to Drumnadrochit and the Loch Ness Experience where the Nessie mystery is recounted through a walk through cinema exhibition. Returning through Inverness we took the A9 northward to Wick via Bonar Bridge and the Falls of Shin near Lairg. The windswept coast wore us down a little and when we reached John O'Groats we were ready for a coffee. West at last to ...