Address: Badabrie, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 7LX, United Kingdom | B&B
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          I fart in your general direction!

          A travel blog entry by adelleg on May 06, 2016

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          Karen at Creity Hall served us up a wonderful breakfast that included smoked salmon and eggs for me and an Ulster breakfast for Dan. Dan's included fried haggis, which we found actually tasted very much like tortiere meat. Clearly many of the same spices are used. We started the day visiting Doune Castle. Another great experience. The organizers …

          The Friockheim Experience

          A travel blog entry by kayjaydee on Nov 06, 2015

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... for quite a while before heading off back to Dundee. We spent another lovely evening at Lorna's house before Rory took us back to Alison's.

          Further investigation when I got back to my computer (& with help from Steph at home) I was able to confirm that Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes was in fact my great great grandmother (the mother of my great grandfather Robert Innes). The fact that we found them laid to rest side by side gave me goosebumps!

          West Highland Way - Last Stretch to Fort William

          A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 08, 2015

          55 photos

          ... by the rain.

          Despite the forecast for rain through the day, the rain cleared near the pass and I had good weather for the long walk on the old military road past Tigh-na-Slaibinach and Larimor Ruins. Part on rocky road and part on narrow trail through the forest I was feeling ready for the trek to be over. A few more miles were along a dirt road that descended into Glen Nevis, the valley south of ...

          Coaches and accents

          A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 15, 2014

          7 photos

          ... as peak season well and Truly hits te North. We also notice a lot of 'Scotland for Independence' signs and one in every three houses seems to have a sign hanging from their window. Some locals are loud and proud to announce their support, while others are reluctant to tell you either way. On my way back to Nic, I found the big old St Andrews church and sat in there to pray for My grandparents. Tears streamed down my face as I prayed, this church felt very sacred. Nic and I ...

          Aberfoyle and Fort William

          A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 28, 2013

          20 photos

          ... please skip to the next paragraph if you can't subject yourself to it. It was built in 2002 to reconnect the Forth and Clyde canal with the Union canal. Historically they were industrial canals connected by 11 locks. With the advent of the railways, the canals fell into disuse and were eventually closed. They were reopended for recreational use through the use of the Falkirk wheel which is the only rotating boat lift in the world. Dare I say it, but it is a ...