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Inverness and the Scottish Highlands

A travel blog entry by jonathonsnell


... Urquhart Castle, some other nice viewing areas like the Three sisters and the ruins of Inverlochy castle. Our final stop before the end of the tour was Luss.

Most of the people from the tour departed back in Glasgow, but the driver was heading back to Edinburgh that night so a me and a few others got a free ride to Edinburgh which was quite ...

To the North!!

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk


This morning we said our temporary goodbyes to the castle rock hostel and heading on our 3 day Skye High haggis tour. The first stop was in the beautiful town of Dunkeld where we visited a old cathedral on the river Tay. Continuing north led us to Kelliecrankie, a gorge that was the site of a Jacobite and red coats battle. At this gorge it is said that a Jacobite solider was able to leap it's width (18ft) and escape to the ...

The Highlands

A travel blog entry by clairwyn


Left Newtonmore after a leisurely breakfast. Stopped at Aviemore to look around shops. It was a cute town but very touristy. Drove straight through Inverness as the city was very busy and we couldn't find a park. Kept driving until the Falls of Foyer where we stopped at Cameron's tea room and farmhouse. Finally saw some highland cattle! Drove along narrow one lane roads until Fort ...

Day twelve - Night in the wilderness

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

... the loch we had our eyes peeled searching for Nessie. We nearly drove around the entire loch trying to find a wild camping spot, there wasn't much to offer. We eventually decided to drive onwards to tomorrow's first stop, and boy did it pay off! We stayed in a car park at a place called Glen Afrik, in the middle of nowhere with breathtaking scenery around us including a running stream to put us to sleep that ...


A travel blog entry by ormonster


Today was a full day of sight seeing. Once we left the ship, all 13 of us met up with Nigel, hopped into 2 vans and off we went.

First stop was Culloden Battlefield which was the sight of the final battle in 1746 between the Jacobites and the loyalists. We went through the visitor center which detailed the history of the Jacobite uprising and the aftermath. Unfortunately we did not have time to wander around the ...

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