The Moreig Hotel & Restaurant
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Tuesday (7th) after nice warm sleep in a comfy bed we went down to have our included breakfast. We had choices upon choices - yoghurt, cereal, juice, tea, coffee all before the breakfast itself! James had the full Scottish breakfast and I had the veggie breakfast, both were filling and amazing! They come with a potato scone which looks like a flat piece of bread but tastes in between a hash brown and a potato cake. Safe to say we were full as by the ...
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Water and air roared past me. Even though the noise was so unbearable I could just make out the drivers call. "Stand up!" I slowly managed to get myself into a crouch/standing position and then, with my heart pounding like a drum, pulled myself up until I was standing up. I was skiing. I was actually skiing. Again I heard the drivers voice over the engine. "Now sit down again." Sit down!! Why ...