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... Bang Theory. (Yes our cottage had a TV as well).
Hum hum hum….so the next day we did much the same, but without the lesson. Naomi didn’t come up the mountain with us, she did a mountain climb instead, and we bussed up and headed out to carve up the snow. I was extremely tired and lasted only half the day, mainly because there is no chairlift at CairnGorm and I couldn’t go up the T-Bar (weird T shaped ...
Big day today starting with a morning walk to the bus station to catch a bus to the airport. We had an early morning flight on a cheap airline. We are so tired of the cheap airlines because of the baggage restrictions for carryons. In fact, we were convinced that our bags would be too big this time and we would have to pay to have them checked. There could be no way that we would get lucky again. In anticipation of an official bag check we put on as many pieces ...
... the small historic town of Tomintoul where I done my usual thing and stopped for a coffee at the local coffee shop.
Having warmed up I continued onwards along the scenic “Old Military Road” and down through the wonderful curves of “Bridge of Brown”. This little village sits right down in a deep valley and the road out of here really made my little Honda scream.
After passing the village itself I opened the ...
... the highlands coastal town Mallaig we stopped for a it drink at the mission cafe, literally the only place open in the port orientated town. Driving back to Fort William we found a chain of white sand beaches in Arisaig that seemed very out of place, but were stunning.
Going to the Inverlocy castle by Fort William was a mission in the rain, but yet another amazing historic building that really took you back in time. Dan ended the day by falling ...
... and her partner were on their way home from Stornoway (Hebrides) so came via Nairn to join us and spend the night. Once we had made a dash to the supermarket for the appropriate drinks the day started in earnest. It kicked off with a parade by the Pipe Bands who continued to play on and off for the rest of the day. I just love the Bagpipes (sorry Mr D they are still my favourite) It was a bit ...
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