Ivanhoe Guest House
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... in the snow allllll day. Riley, Zara and me were playing in the snow and a girl came and said can I play with you. I said yes.
She was from Australia and she lived in Perth. So we all were from Australia and there are a lot of sharks. So we built a Hammerhead shark in the snow. To scare all the Scotland people away.
Dad bought a toboggan, we rode it all day. It was a load of fun.
We went ...
I should not of gone in, I prefer the magic.
We got to see some Scottish highland cows. Big, hairy creatures they are. The kids tried to talk to them in their language. We got some stares from them and then they returned to eating.
On our way to York, we drove through the dramatic scenery of Glencoe. So eerie and grand and beautiful. I love ...
On our drive to our new stay we passed by a heap load of snowy mountains.
They had cows, not highland cows though and sheep. We saw the highland cows later.
This place just from the outside is amazing.
Here is the list of things it has to do - cricket but covered in snow, tennis court, indoor heated swimming pool and spa and sauna, GYM, giant checkers, play ground, back yard on the Loch Ness, soccer ...
... also the magnificent St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall. Magnus was a Viking who had been converted to Christianity by the monks living in a monastery on the Brough of Birsay. Magnus chose to be martyred and was killed when a dispute arose with a neighbouring Earl. Magnus was later made a Saint as miracles occurred when pilgrims came to visit his grave. The magnificent St Magnus Cathedral was built in his honour in Kirkwall by Magnus's nephew. We attended ...
... side of the highway and capped with snow. Lunch was a quick stop in the town of Fort William at the local Morrisons (supermarket) cafe.... very fancy (not). After lunch we stopped to see the Ruins on the Old Inverlochy Castle, the castle dates back to the 13th century and was the site of two major battles in Scottish history.
After a couple more hours on the road and lots more stories and a few telling off's from our tour guide (we were ...