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... along and find a little village where all the Ness tourism is. We go souvenir shopping and purchase tickets for a boat cruise. While we wait for our cruise, we walk around the town. We see a man playing the bagpipe and we check that out. It looked so hard to do but it was cool. We also have a snack and some drinks while we wait. Then it was time for our cruise. An old man picks us and 10 other people up on a minivan and takes us to his dock. This is ...
... and Jacobites in England failed to join the Rising in significant numbers. The final battle between the two armies was at Culloden, southeast of Inverness, where a large, fresh force of battle-hardened British troops met an exhausted, hungry army of Highlanders loyal to the Stuart cause. It was a massacre. The Prince fled, the surviving Jacobites were hunted down, and anyone suspected of sympathizing with that faction was punished (they didn't ...
... when the owner, Patricia, and her daughter Emma, a plastic surgeon home recuperating from a back injury, came to chat. We quite lost track of the time and it was getting dark when we found our way to sleep. Tomorrow will see us again following the shoreline awhile, then leaving it to visit MacBeth's castle and a famous battlefield--Culloden--on our way eventually to Drumnadrochit, a village on the shore of Loch Ness, and site of our next ...
... is on the site of the last battle fought in Great Britain. This was well done- where the Jacobite army fought to reclaim The thrones of Britain from the Hanoverians for a Stuart King. Bonnie Prince Chalie was the grandson of Charles the first, born in Italy but brought up in France. The Scots made a series of mistakes (night march to Nairn where Cumberland was celebrating his 25th birthday, never made it and stopped at Culloden, they then charged the ...
... path. We had our picnic lunch in seclusion a surrounded by brambles and water and white swans perusing the harbour. After the picnic we again set off. This time we walked along the water to the canal. We passed through a nature reserve and enjoyed the huge herons picking through the mid before we looked at the first lock on the canal. We met many dogs here and Nic really liked Bobby, a highland terroir whose owners were kind to us. After sayin hello Bobby looked down in the water ...
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