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... over where we were to catch the cruise from, but we got there eventually. there was also some confusion over the provision of lunch as the promised cafe was closed and the cruise only offered chips and snacks.
Still, coffee and haggis flavoured chips for lunch is not bad. Followed by a block of scottish tablet.
Needless to say, we didn't see Nessie anywhere. It was surprisingly cold and windy out on the loch but a nice boat trip out to Urquart castle and ...
... another salmon (and trout) ladder. This one has been built so that the fish can swim (rather than jump) up through a series of 34 pools that cover 310 metres. The ladder must be quite successful, as each year it is used by about 5,400 fish, which are recorded by an electronic counter. We didn't stay there long as the midges were biting, so we carried on to tonight's Britstop: a farm shop in the Angus ...
... then at Glenfiddich. A few tipples (and purchases) later, it was time to find our stop for the night.
Our Britstop started off being a pub in the town of Aviemore, where we had a few drinks and then dinner. It wasn't till about 8.30 that we noticed the flyers advertising that the pub turns into a nightclub here... from 10pm until 3.00AM!! After a few surreptitious questions of ...
... years ago.
During the afternoon, we ate lunch at the Games having a hamburger from one of the concession stands. For dinner, we went to Rocpool Restaurant which is across the river from our apartment. Rocpool is currently the number one restaurant on TripAdvisor. The best reservation we could get was for 9 p.m., but the hostess said to call the day of the reservation to see if they had any cancellations ...
... up super early and left for our flight home. Naomi and Tim’s train was a little later so they stayed for a few more hours.
All in all it was an excellent holiday, where I learnt to snowboard and realised that the tap water in London is foul. (Scottish water is pure and wonderful tasting).
Oooh and also I forgot to say that Mark went on a mini shopping spree and bought two jumpers. Wooly ones. Full of scottish sheepie wool.