Never relise how much you love the ocean till your in the middle of the sea no communication with the outside world no technology just sea air and water all around peaceful...#likenoplaceonearth#pacificaria#p&ocruise2018
Entertainment at Blarney. Lovely walks and gardens finishing up with a yummy Irish coffee.
Just said goodbye to this goon before I disembark tomorrow I have traveled to the most incredible places, shared a room with him but mostly he is the funniest and my caring guy I’ve ever met! I pray I get to work with Stephen again from day one we clicked and this Scottish idiot became one of my best friend! He reminded me life is short, life is made up of ups and downs but I should always CHOOSE LIFE #pacificaria#roommate#travel
Leaving Inverness after a walk past castle and into Cathedral. Next stop Belfast.
Arrived Invergordon. Coach into Inverness. A wee bit overcast and wet. Inverness castle in the background. Enjoyed the wee piper worth a bawbee or two for his efforts in the wet westher. Stopped at the Tartan Tapas restaurant for lunch. Watching Aust vs France soccer in Russia. France 2 Oz 1 with 6 mins to go !!!
More of our visit to Orkneys. So many places Dave and wife Dorothy were fantastic guides around their lovely homeland. St Magnus Cathedral Kirkwall founded in 1137. Orkney was Norwegian then became part of Scotland in 1463. Always wanted to visit. Thoroughly enjoyed the history.
Orkneys windy, sunny and wonderful. Visited many sites. Through the ages. Neolithic to Iron age Vikings, and then today. John met Dave from BEA apprentice days... 50 years ago. Great memories.AM learnt a few things about UJ from that early years. Such fun. Euan nearly got blown into magnificent Scapa flow..
Weather no good for tender into Portee Isle of Skye, shame, so sailed on up to Orkneys. Spent day exploring the ship and relaxing before arriving into Kirkwall to windy but sunny.