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... what a nice day it was. We hadn't brought our umbrellas with us (what a fantastic investment they were!) so we waited until it had cleared and then walked back to the B&B. I refused to pay for a cup of tea when we had tea making in our room so I had a cuppa and we watched some very typical BBC and English TV. Daryl naturally stopped the channel search conveniently on the soccer as I was sorting out my suitcase but now we are watching ...
... Haggis, Tatties and Neeps. Surprisingly, I didn't hate haggis. I don't know if I'll order it again but it wasn't bad! Tatties are potatoes and Neeps are turnips. Not bad! We sat next to two Scottish girls and they were so friendly and crazy fun. They had awesome thick Glasgow accents. Ask Shelby how well she did with understanding them.We ended up staying there for hours talking to them! Their personalities made me realize that I am most definitely Scottish. Oh, ...
... Scottish highlands over summertime and bite you. They are the most relentless creatures we had ever encountered as they swarm in their hundreds at your arms, legs and worst of all, face. We got the tent up as fast as we could and rushed to the nearby pub to enjoy some haggis which tasted much better than it sounded. The next day we were brutally attacked once more by the midgies as we got the tent down and drove to Ullapool which was back on the mainland.
... deeper, as we drove further and further away from civilization. Aside from a short stop at a heather garden center, we continued to trust our GPS as we cut cross country toward Balmoral. The road was very narrow and very windy, and we finally found ourselves at the summit of the highland range, where we saw Scotland's version of a ski resort. People were out skiing, but it was a rather surreal sight, as we were not really in the mountains. With ...
... s grave is covered with sticks. If you're a dog-lover, you've probably heard the story or perhaps even seen the movie. If not, just ask me about it when I get home.
Edinburgh Castle again provided spectacular views of the city, along with a wealth of history. It was great to visit there having just been through England and being able to 'connect the dots' of a lot of Great Britain's history. We saw the Coronation Chair in Westminster Abbey and were told that the ...