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Sunday - We left the luxurious B & B in Distington after a delicious breakfast and headed for Scotland. Again, we travelled on the motorway most of the time due to the distance we needed to cover. Our first stop was to see Carlisle Castle and museum. A modest castle, which has been rebuilt and modified over the centuries. We didn't stop in Glasgow, but still got caught in it's traffic as we followed the ring roads. There were ...
... my birth, which I find surprising.
Modesty prevents me from adding that factoid to Wikipedia, because as you all
know I'm a fairly modest individual.
Elgin, straddling the River Lossie, serves
as the local main centre of the Moray region. Nowadays its 23,000+ locals are
gainfully employed in a variety of industry sectors with the largest employer
being the RAF base at Lossiemouth. Elgin has a long and storied history having
been created ...
... the NZ election. We stopped in Broro and found a place to print them out at the library/community centre. All quite straightforward. The mist had finally lifted as we followed the eastern coast down to Dingwall, a Royal Borough town which had some character. We visited the Tesco's, found some more books at a charity store and walked up a hill to a Commonwealth War Grave and monument. The Tesco's was 24h so we stayed there (very noisy).
We set off on the Moray-Forth Route the ...
... area. Unsurprisingly, Ron has also managed to play a few rounds with some Royal Dornoch members he has met while we've been here.
While the golfers golf, Kara and I have discovered several beautiful walks in the area, walking to nearby villages of Embo, Golspie and Brora. As Kara is in training for the 100km Oxfam trail walk when she gets back to Australia, we've been doing 20km and ...
... Scottish film 'Angel's Share' (which we would end up watching shortly) and is a small authentic producer. Gary ended up knowing one of the worker's there so she kindly poured some taster's for myself and Lo and gave us the rundown on the place. We then headed off further inland passing through brilliant scenery, with Gary making a great tour guide as the born and bred local. He took us next to 'Shin Falls' to attempt to find salmon jumping up the falls. The local rivers ...