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Edinburgh was an overnight stop-off for us before we head north into the Scottish Highlands. Breakfast on Wednesday morning offered the same food as the other hotels we had stayed in with one exception - Black Pudding. Chris added a piece of Black Pudding to her plate but Bruce decided that it wasn’t something he was going to eat.
After breakfast we walked the kilometre to the Hertz Office where we picked up the hire car we ...
This morning was a rather sobering visit to Culloden near Inverness which is the place where the Battle of Culloden took place and this was the last hand to hand combat to occur on British Soil and was a battle for the Scottish Highlands. Standing on the ground where flags were strategically placed marking the lines which both the Red Coats and the Jacobites held at the start of the battle and walking around with an ...
... train ticket…doesn’t remember if she actually has one, doesn’t remember how she got to the station; doesn’t actually know what day it is, she thinks it’s September.
Eventually, we discover that she was assaulted three weeks before, had reported it to the police, had fallen and hit her head that same day and, after ten minutes of sifting through disjointed memories, she remembered that she lived in Kirkvale, Nairn. ...
Following the Battle of Culloden, the English wanted to make sure that there would be no more Jacobite Risings, so in 1747 they began the building of an enormous fort on a promontory between Nairn and Inverness. One cannot miss King George II's coat of arms proudly displayed on its entrance gate.The fort still serves as a barracks for British ...
... along the shore of the promontory leading to Alturlie Point and the hamlet of Alturlie. A minor road led along the east side affording views of Inverness and the Kessock Bridge. It also took me back to a much busier route, the A 96. Fortunately this road had a wide, flat verge to walk on and this soon gave way to a narrow pavement which widened as I came into Inverness. The ...