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Day 9 (Tuesday) - Roslin to Inverness: Up early to rustle up breakfast and farewell our honeymooners who were off to Ireland and Greg & Dee (who were off down south to visit friends). Sad to part but you can only spend so long with your parents and in-laws on your honeymoon! We drove north through Perth and stopped at Blair Castle for lunch - a …
... it burned, then fireworks followed! Here's some pics. Must say I'll miss Inverness - it has been a very special place to visit. Must give thanks to my sister who suggested that I couldn't go to Scotland without visiting the Highlands. Nic, you were right! Edinburgh ...
We'll sort of. Today was one of those days that make the tiring days, the boring half-days stuck on a train and revoltingly loudly snoring roommates all worth the effort. Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle are the epitome of what I imagined Scotland to be like. Inverness is an amazing town, but it has gown so much they call it a city. One of the things that has stood out is that I have seen plenty of amazing cities in the UK ...
... of Georgian military architecture in Britain" and still a working army base. We walked and climbed around. Looked at the views and took in the atmosphere of the site, including barrack rooms with life size soldier models, a collection of Georgian weaponry, and a really good museum of the Queen's Highlander regiments. Ran out of time again and left as they closed. Drove to a camp site near ...
... less wild thankfully.
We visited the Broch of Gurness, probably built in early AD. Brochs are only found in Scotland and are round stone towers, built in the Iron Age and perhaps used as fortresses.
We had a spectacular campsite that night overlooking the Brough of Birsay(an island which can only be reached by a causeway at low tide) and the spectacular northern coastline of the mainland.
Next day we explored the ruins ...