Carbisdale B & B
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Edinburgh was an overnight stop-off for us before we head north into the Scottish Highlands. Breakfast on Wednesday morning offered the same food as the other hotels we had stayed in with one exception - Black Pudding. Chris added a piece of Black Pudding to her plate but Bruce decided that it wasn’t something he was going to eat.
After breakfast we walked the kilometre to the Hertz Office where we picked up the hire car we ...
... we were driving through Glencoe and I must say the scenery was breathtaking and I see why it's a must in driving though there to make your way up to the highlands.
Unfortunately we didn't see "Nessie" today as we paralleled Loch Ness and will make a drive back that way tomorrow as the rain is supposed to let up and it's only +9 here so it's a tad cool compared to other places that we were recently at. I might have to invest in ...
... pretty knackered by then and went to bed early.
This was all yesterday. Today I had to go back in to Stirling to stamp my foot at Vodafone. To be fair to the person serving me they couldn't work out why my card had stopped working - but in the end they got me back on line and refunded my money. So not a bad outcome. The rest of the communications problems I have been having are simply due to the pretty poor phone reception out here at the university. It strikes me ...
... Please…just, please…move your…feet, please…” And these two muppets just exchange a: 'Not a chance are we sitting next to that psycho,’ glance which unfortunately for them catalyses a rather violent reaction from myself. They quickly make room.
Then comes an entire scene with the ticket collector, who I have to say is the only useful person since the start of this whole episode. The woman, Carol, can’t ...
... most needy traveler.
The food here was also quite tasty. Scottish delights as cottage pie and haggis were on offer with sticky pudding and beer to wash it down. Our tour then proceeded to enjoy a quiz night in the hotel's pub that is fully stocked with drinks to satisfy any palette.
When on your way to Inverness from St. Andrews, be sure to stop and eat lunch in Pitlochry. A quaint village, it has some lovely shops and cafes ...