The Shetlands – Lerwick

On a sunny summer’s day the grey stone of Lerwick looked inviting. The Viking boat moored in the harbour spoke of a populist nod to history dressed up for the tourists. A garage with an upturned boat as a roof was a novelty.

The place was beautiful but had a touch of religious austerity and puritanism.

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