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Travel Blogs from Inverness
On the move again. We had seen a lot of the area around Ullapool during our stay but had actually not spent any time in the town itself so this was our first port of call before hitting the road. It is really little more than a couple of streets which line the port but is very pretty. The harbour is full of fishing vessels and the area surrounded by mountains. We walked up and down the street, looked at the small number of shops, some preparing ...
... be using English pound notes. Easy stuff for a red neck from Powell River...not! Later in the afternoon we walked to the small loch near Lynn and Paul's followed by a bike ride around Loch An Eilen. Lots of fun! Afterwards it was back for another gourmet feast of venison, haggis, scallops and celeriac (celery root) and veggies and of course wine. Incredible! To top off this perfect day in Scotland my bag arrived by courier tonight. ...
SO this weekend was crazy. Got up at 4 am Friday to jet off to Scotland both to see my wonderful roommates and best friends Isabel and Emily and to casually attend a ball in Emily's hometown, Angus. This was my first Ryan Air experience, which is important because its the most ridiculous way to travel. 1. They don't have seat assignments, so when everyone started literally running on the tarmac from the terminal exit to the plane, I was a ...
... at the door by a nicely dressed scottish gentleman. (Photo op) After the tour we came out and it was raining, but the we had managed to get great pictures so we were happy , On we go to our next bed and breakfast on the Isle of Skye . This will be our home for the next two days. I'm driving again. Oh wait a round about lol not to worry. I think I can I think I can. Yes I did yes I did. I got ...
Now... the drive back was also sobering for some of the passengers in our car as we came down the less traversed and more scenic route on the east side of Loch Ness, a mostly one lane country road with pull offs for oncoming traffic, including lorries and buses. What fun! and what a way to experience the true roads of the Scottish countryside! Definitely squeezable!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed