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... ancestral home of the Duke of Atholl. We stopped briefly at a small stream as our tour guide was keen to give us a small taste of Scottish nature, a very tranquil area of bush with a tiny waterfall/rapid! Our next stop was the Highland resort town of Pitlochry, built on Victorian tourism and nestled amongst the mountains of Highland Perthshire. After Pitlochry, we continued south through the forests of Perthshire, famous as Macbeth country, and past Perth itself. Perth was ...
... back there in October while I wait for my flight home to Australia! Thank you Craig. Edinburgh is an amazing city. Vish and I are staying at the Caledonian backpackers in the west end of town. Here we have fantastic views of Edinburgh Castle. It is a spectacular sight! This castle is built on castle rock which is an old volcanic plug. The castle sits quite high. The land around this plug was worn away by glaciers about 10,000 years ago. The rock ...
... was a 20 year old guy whose still studying and residing its his nana. He was ok but spoke pretty fast. The one I enjoyed the most was this chick Katherine. She spoke about being single, diabetic and Internet dating. She was pretty funny. Afterwards we left and walked home. We got home and I packed my suitcase. I've noticed that its slightly damaged. I'm concerned so Lord please provide a suitcase that is sturdy if this one breaks. I was so sleepy I was ready for bed and slept like a ...
... br> #3: Building the Bell Rock Lighthouse – This painting hung in the board room of the Northern Lighthouse Board.
#4: Newhaven East Pier Lighthouse - We passed this lighthouse on our way to see the Brittannia. It was built in 1869.
#5: Leith West Pier Light: We saw this light from the dock at the Brittania. Its date of construction in unknown.
#6: Inchkeith Lighthouse: Another lighthouse we could see from the deck of ...
... had none left, then proceeded to shower, and collapse into bed after our epic Scottish weekend.
Also, forgot to mention one thing. Apparently actually wearing kilts is a thing. There were countless men wearing kilts and countless kilt stores. Men wear them to church on Sundays! You are also apparently not a true man if you wear underwear with your kilt because it is then called a skirt...so beware of the winds of Scotland! You might get a view that you were not aiming to ...