Ballifeary Guest House
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Drove out of town to a small seaside village of Cromarty. Spoke with a local woman who told of the oil rigs that are sitting idle either waiting for an overhaul or waiting for the oil price to improve. Her husband owned and ran the bakery. It was a great little place as were the half dozen others that we drove through. We kept on driving along the …
Left fort William and headed north towards Inverness travelling beside several different lochs including the infamous Loch Ness. I think they maybe telling fibs about this monster. We didn't see anything close to one. The scenery was awesome again and the weather perfect for driving. A little bit cool but very clear and good roads. When we got to …
... up of carved figures and pieces of old scrap that move to a music track and synchronised lighting. The show went for 15 minutes and was well worth seeing.
From the museum we walked up a pedestrian mall to a new (and much cleaner looking) shopping centre called Eastgate. It is probably a good thing we haven’t got a lot of room in our cases so we simply went window shopping. The cold wind roaring through the streets sent us ...
... very sobering feeling to know that this occurred and that the battle field still holds many secrets. There is continuing archaeological digs underway to recover artifacts and get a better understanding as to who is here as the whole are is one huge graveyard.
There is a memorial cairn situated in the center of where the battle occurred that was erected in 1881 to commemorate the fallen clans in the mass graves all around you. There are also headstones ...
Monday today. A rest day with no official duties for any of us (other than some minor admin and chasing up of lost property items for me to do)
Zac and I decided to join the Bus tour organised by the Scots College band members so we left at 8am for a "cultural" tour of Scotland.
The bus took us up the A9 though the Cairngorms National Park. A really lovely highland landscape of bare hills and heather. There must have been a lot of rain up that way too as there ...