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... a mean 20 MPH at best. Once we were forced partly off the road by a car pulling a caravan (camping trailer) at speeds at least twice the safe rate and hogging the whole road. Luckily, my policy of not murdering other drivers was in effect, though I revised it to merely a guideline as we went along. Once a man and woman in a dinky Fiat continued to come steadily at us, though it was evident that A) we had the right of way, B) they were the ones who ...
... cathedral as well as a sort of outdoor covered mall. All in all I really liked the feel of Carlisle and would love to go back and see some more of it. The people were friendly and while it was a bigger city it didn't seem to have *******ized it's history for the sake of modern trends (*cough* Looking at you Glasgow *cough). We popped back into the car and drive another few hours North to Inverness in Scotland to spend the next night.
... even see our van as we looked across the town of Ullapool. We watched a shower approaching and caught the edge of it on our descent, but it was very short lived. We had a quick look around the galleries, before heading back for a cuppa and to watch the footy. Time then for a few beers at the Ferryboat and some freshly caught fish from the ...
... beers. The menu looked great so we booked a window seat overlooking the harbour for tomorrow. It was soon rocking as the town filled up with bikers, campers and tourers. After a few beers we put our order in for an INDIAN TAKEAWAY, which was located at the entrance to our site. We had a fab curry in the van with red wine, felt like Friday. It was good but not as good as Mia's and of course we didn't have the company - we did have the ...
... turn off the road to Inverness to head across country to Skye. It's very pretty country with mountains on each side of the valleys we wind through. We stop at Lairg Highland Hotel on Loch Shin for coffee and it's 13 degrees at 10.30am. Shops open by 11am and close around 6pm. Nothing opens early like in Australia and no one goes to work till 10am and home after 3pm!! We're now in Wester Ross. The road is really windey with pines, Heather, ...