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... Dating to 1214, an old fishing village, where the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret used to come in the 1930s, from nearby Balmoral. Next stop - Seaton Cliffs, once a great smuggling centre on the east coast of Scotland. Cannot believe we are walking along beaches in Scotland in (almost) November! Final visit for the day - Dunnottar Castle, a ...
... to check in properly and have a nap. We were out to it straight away! A couple of hours later we were feeling a bit more refreshed. Lara kindly offered to cook us spag bol for dinner so we grabbed some £1 ciders and had a feast in the hostel. An intense game of coin rugby started up over dinner then we went downstairs for pool battles! We were gunna go to a pub but ended up being really fun in the hostel so we stayed there for the rest of the ...
We left Inverness and continued our scenic drive through the varied lands of Scotland, windswept hills, with lower slopes of lush green pasture being enjoyed by wooly sheep. The first place to visit today was the Culloden Battlefield. This was another famous battle, in 1746, but the death toll for the Highlanders was 1200, by government forces. Again, the information centre and the guided tour gave ...
... the journey was starting to get even more interesting. The thought of getting onto the single track road for the remaining 19 miles filled me with dread. The roads started getting a little slippery but somehow we managed to make it taking it really easy. Thank goodness Ste is such a good careful driver. We passed a few of the other cottages we had seen advertised and soon discovered our very own cottage all lit up in the dark. Kate jumped out to open the five barred gate and ...
Woke up to pouring rain but as Lady Luck has been happily by our side, the rain stopped just as we were getting on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Yes it's permanently docked in Edinburgh harbour and is open to the public. It just so happened that they were celebrating the yacht's 60th anniversary, so we were very privileged to be there for this special celebration. Had a good look around and took lots of photos and then had Tea in the tea rooms on ...
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