Travel Blogs from Strathy
... is. Seems the spot has become a lot more popular since Mc Gregor and Boorman stared their motorbike trip through Africa from there and made the documentary of it all.
We had some lunch at the cafe and even though we were going to stay in a park close to here we decided to head back to Inverness , had lots of time to drive back so why not. Actually the trip back was more scenic and spectacular, the sun was ...
... York, Castle Howard, Scarborough in the rain, Durham, Hadrians wall, Edinburgh , military tattoo was awesome, into highlands and Aviemore, up mountains in the Cairngorms. Joc has managed to fit in lots of shopping. May not have wifi access for 2-3 nights I ...
Weather is looking good so far but can change quickly when we hit the big climbs of the day. We aim to have breakfast at 7. Gordon our host for the night is cooking a big fry up. And aim to be on the road for 8. Traveling west to tongue then south to binary bridge 106 miles. From jogle ...
... the capital of Orkney. The main attraction there is St. Magnus Cathedral. Construction work began in 1137 but was not completed for 300 years. It is unique because it is one of only 2 cathedrals to survive the reformation intact and actually belongs to the city of Kirkwall and has never been the property of the church.
Tomorrow we begin our scenic trek down the west coast of Scotland to Isle of Skye. ...
... games, we spent the rest of our day watching the games and socialising with other caln members and other clans, unfortunately the weather was wet so quite a bit of time was spent sheltering in the clan tent.
We ended this day with a Formal 4 course Dinner in Thurso, including speeches, toasts and everyone dressed in formal costume. I was asked to give one toast which involved reading the New Zealand clan presidents speech and proposing a ...
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