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... take picture and to walk around. We then stopped for lunch at Portree. It is such a cute little town! There was a bakery called MacKenzie's that had baked goods for a few pence. It was delicious! There were also shops to look around in. It did start to rain pretty hard, but the sun was still shining bright, which resulted in a beautiful rainbow.
Next, we went high up in the hills to go hiking. My group decided to go up the ...
... area. The rooms were full of exhibits explaining and showing all the major areas of Scottish history. We had an enjoyable lunch at a tea shop, just outside the town of Fort Augustus. Our accommodation in Inverness tonight is very comfortable, with a large room, complete with a lounge, and when you stand up by the window, views of the the River Ness. We walked through part of the town and along some of the river to enjoy the mild ...
... towards Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park with Britain's highest and most massive mountain range: its biggest native
forests; spectacularly clean rivers and lochs; moorland and farmland. We planned to stay 4/5 days here exploring. We took day trips from Aviemore which has existed since the 1600's and really opened up with the railway. This area is busy 4 seasons of the year with lots of skiing in the winter. We visited the Highland ...
Today I was woken my what can only be described as a little girl at Christmas time.
In other words, Johanna shaking my knee and telli me to 'getup!'.
And for good reason too.
Whenever I was at home, and my dad asked me to go on a walk I was usually the last to give a solid answer.
Yet, in the space of yesterday evening...I...was the one to suggest doing a ...
... the car at a different location from where I collected it. So the Mighty Skoda **** and I headed north. I had planned to drive up the East coast a bit before crossing to Inverness. After driving through windy back roads and multiple tiny villages for two hours I had covered about 30km, hmmmm, this wasn't going to work. I needed to get onto a highway thingy otherwise they'd be selling Easter buns in store by the time I'd escaped the little hamlets of ...