Golf View House
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to take pictures and admire the views. At each stop was other rabbies tour busses also on the way to Loch ness. We also made a stop at Slate town for a toilet break.
Soon we arrived in Loch ness. There was time for a quick walk before we went on an optional cruise. I ate my lunch, walked around the town, had a look at some souviners and then headed over to the ship/ boat. This tour only got us to Loch ness, but gave the option of doing a lake cruise as well as the time ...
... way and they huffed and puffed on past us. Henry asked me, which one of those three joggers had the biggest boobs Mo? What?? You should not have been looking Henry, I wasn't, so I have no idea! The man he said!! Honestly, see what I have to put up with.. We cycled on chuckling away... Staying in a castle tonight not quite as luxurious as it sounds but a bit of fun for two Cream Crackered Cyclist... Day 14 of 15 tomorrow:)) Night ...
We are on a real winner with this BnB. This mornings breakfast was fantastic and we got our first taste of porridge in Scotland! It needed a bit of salt though and Bruce Christie, you'll be happy to know it wasn't as good as yours!Today we did the tour that takes you from Oban by ferry to the Isle of Mull, across the island by bus and another ferry over to Iona, where you spend a couple of hours before doing the whole thing in reverse. We initially wanted ...
... when we arrived. We had a wonderful cheap dinner and a couple of beers while we reminisced about our day. I wish you were all here to share it with us.
The photo of Castle Urguhart is lovely... I am sure we didnt have to pay to go into all those ruins but then again we were there in winter so nobody was around only freezing us! Love the hats and who cares what other people think you will never meet them again LOL. I bet you will ...
... of Alness reclaimed from a quarry seam and redeveloped by Shillinghill Residents Association, local volunteers ranging in age from three to those in their seventies. The park started in 1999, is certainly very attractive and gives a tranquil area to walk through on the way to the local school. Turning right I walked past the golf course, the grass area in the process of being cut, before heading towards Whitehills. The roadside ...