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... castle. It is a castle put right next to the Loch Ness lake.
It started out rainy but then was sunny. We watched a film. It was about all the people who owned the castle.
We got into the castle it was sort of spread out.
Riley and I played hide and seek with Mum, Dad and Zara. We easily got spotted.
We did a quiz.
1 question was to count all the steps to the top. I ran up to the ...
... in the heated pool and a sweat in the sauna.
What a fantastic day!
There is nothing better than to hear the beautiful sounds, laughter and squeals of child wonder and innocence.
Nearby Urquhart Castle was a beautiful ruin with a spectacular spot on Loch Ness.
More interesting history and fun, as the kids tried to play hide and seek with us ...
... pool and went in the sauna and steam room. It was
such a good day.
Today we went to Urquhart castle. It is a castle just beside Loch Ness lake. It was owned by a different groups of people like the highlanders and English, and the Jacobites wanted it but instead they blew it up so no one could own it again.
And I was running around playing hide and seek with my parents. And we bought some swords for ...
... shop-most likely reflecting that the Royals aren't his most favourite people. There are plans to rebuild the centre for 2016.
Our cycling route continued on down the Dornoch Firth, until we stopped at a campground just outside Tain to get some much needed laundry done. Unfortunately we didn't have a great night's sleep as the campground is placed right between a busy road and a railway line. So between our tent getting a huge gust of wind ...
... for free during their long lives. Their was a newspaper article honouring Deisel with a very nice photo when she died. Soft hearted Scots. Our passage through the highlands to Kyle of Lochalsh was very pastoral with green fields numerous sheep black faced and apparently content. Weather was widely varied sun one minute and a deluge the next. The bridge to Skye is quite elegant and the rugged landscape ...