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... was stunning, but there were few opportunities to stop! When there was a good spot, it would be filled with tourist coaches! Saw one coach from Europe, left hand drive, passengers getting out of doors on right, almost into oncoming traffic! As your trying to drive out of these lookouts they just walk in front of you, looking at you blankly. I did find that to avoid them getting in your photos you just need to walk into the scene a bit. Often ...
... but let me tell you…a
56% 11yr old single alt whiskey is bleedin’ potent!I spent the evening eating bland pasta and talking to some
guys from Edinburgh who were on a uni trip. They were good company!It was funny actually, as we were playing scrabble with some
of the guys who work there and a new ...
... rock which was pretty amazing. Next we visited St Conan's Kirk. Now this was a brilliant stop! Known for its wacky features, this old church had large rabbit statues, plus other animal figures scattered throughout. It was like I-spy. Some figures created the beginning of a drain pipe. Really interesting, and something a little different to the other churches we had visited. We passed through some stunning countryside on route to Glasgow, so there were plenty of ...
... knows this and turns the engine off to save fuel. It's like the car is saying ' I know I'm a bit **** but just think how much money I'm saving you'. Anyway, enough said about the car. So I was driving my **** car alongside Loch Ness. I had planed to stop at a village called Drummadrochit but when I arrived there I didn't. The place was full of souvenir shops and Nessie displays etc. After the almost complete lack of touristy stuff in the Hebrides I wasn't ready for the ...
... that Castles look a lot more impressive when seen from afar rather than inside and maybe that was the intention too when they were built.
It was a Sunday afternoon and like everywhere in Europe, all cities were practically dead and finding food proved tricky. We ended up at the good old Subway.
We decided to spend the night in Edinburgh so we could roam around the city a bit but it was incredibly windy and chilly there and ...
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