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Travel Blogs from Inverness
... it had bathrooms for each bedroom and a dishwasher and washing machine as well! Also it was in a very picturesque and peaceful location looking out onto large sheep paddocks and mountains.
Oh actually before we went to our accommodation we went to the pub of course and had a most excellent and large meal. Mark and I tried whisky sauce (from Naomi and Tim’s plates) which was delicious!
The next day, we ...
... as we could.
Official clothes count Amber: 1 tank top, 1 t-shirt, 1 long sleeve shirt, 2 sweatshirts, 1 sweater, 1 pair of stockings, 1 pair of workout pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and 2 winter coats.
Official clothes count John: 6 t-shirts, 2 long sleeve shirts, 1 sweatshirt, 1 pair of pajama pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and a winter coat with pockets shoved full of odd things.
... The roads through the highlands were narrow and windy which reminded me of some roads in New Zealand.
The Scottish people were so lovely throughout the trip, and being called lass and saying I instead of yes made them awesome in my books.
Our day trips consisted of a road trip out to the west coast of the highlands to a town called Mallaig and another heading north to Loch Ness and and Inverness.
- The Urquhart castle was ...
... before the Jacobites retreated. I had booked a boat tour as well so we had to rush away to that at 10.30am so we headed off to that and got on a nice boat to head up the Loch Ness - no sign of Nessy unfortunately but some stunning scenery and it was a beautiful day. Cold heading up the Loch but downwind coming back so was beautiful coming back down the Loch. After that we stopped and got a couple of sandwiches and took some photos over ...
... getting drunk ... maybe I LIKE being a loner. For a while there, I thought I was a loner due to circumstance. Single, living on my own etc and while I like having people around on my terms ie my friends doing a mutually agreed upon activity, I began to wonder as to my need to want these people to like and accept me. We instinctively seem to feel on a societal level, that we have to assume a role and fill a need within social groups. We want to be accepted and liked ...