Orkney-Shetland Retreat

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go to link This journey to magical Orkney and Shetland is designed for travellers interested in writing, walking, history and the natural world.

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go Orkney features some of the best-known neolithic ruins, Skara Brae and the Ness of Brodgar on Mainland. We’ll venture further afield to the islands of Hoy, Rousay and Westray, visiting a range of sites and spectacular landscapes. The islands are also rich in birdlife, with the sea a constant and powerful presence.

Shetland, the northernmost part of Scotland, is even more remote, containing a broad range of prehistoric ruins. It is here that you will have the opportunity to participate in a real archaeological dig!

Writing workshops

Along the way, you’ll learn how to capture what you see and experience on the page, through a series of practical workshops, and one-on-one feedback from Inga.

The writing workshops are suitable for writers at all levels, whether interested in nature writing, travel writing, memoir, fiction, blog-writing, short pieces or book-length projects. The workshop content will be tailored to suit the interests and skills of participants.

Our time spent immersed landscape will include daily writing workshops, exploring a range of techniques for writing about place, in combination with plot and character. The workshops utilise a mixture of tuition, examples (often from works set in those places we will be visiting), practical writing exercises and group discussion.

You’ll also have the opportunity to receive written and verbal feedback from Inga on up to 5000 words submitted beforehand. And the chance to apply what you have learned, developing a personal piece about your journey to submit to Inga for feedback.

Tour highlights:

Skara Brae
Maes Howe
Old Man of Hoy
Unique bird and wildlife
Whiskey and gin tastings
Archaeological digs

Inclusions:

Tour leader and/or local guides for the duration of the tour
Accommodation (twin-share) in 4-star accommodation with private facilities. Single supplement available on request
Land transport on private, chartered mini-coach
Most meals
8  writing workshops with Inga Simpson
Individual feedback on 5000 words submitted beforehand
Entries to sites listed in itinerary
Comprehensive tour booklet
Group tips (bus drivers, local guides)

*based on twin-share, Single-supplement prices tbc.

“I may come here every day, but I have never yet come to the same place twice.” ~ Victoria Whitworth.

 

For a more detailed itinerary or more information about the writing workshops, email inga@olvarwood.com.au