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... the wars and invasions and Kings that lead them. An interesting story was about Bonny King Charles who grew up in Italy but thought he was the rightful heir to the British throne - he had an equal blood line to the current King in the Stuart line. So he went to the people in the Scottish highlands with only one ship and seven men and asks for their support in taking the crown. They laugh at him but eventually agree to help because he was a good talker and quite persuasive. For ...
... for the Isle of Skye. The accommodation we had was very good had a couple of experiences probably worth mentioning. Firstly Diane at about 8am came back into our room laughing saying that she had opened the door of the toilet (which we shared) and low and behold there was a fellow in there doing his business. I started laughing and she wanted to know why so I told her. At about 7am when I went to the toilet and came back to our room I actually went into the wrong room wakening ...
... and H40cm x W40cm x D25cm
Not knowing what this meant I had a bit of a panic and opted to take a small lightweight rucksack with me on the plane with things I'd want for the flight and hoped that my backpack would be left light enough to be checked into the hold.
Well as you've probably guessed I had nothing to worry about as my backpack came in at just 5.7kg and my small rucksack was under 2kg.
I hope I don't end up regretting bringing so ...
... passed by numerous lakes which were equally as beautiful combined with the surrounding hills.
At one point we passed by a town called Dull. A sign indicated that it had a sister city in America called Boring, Oregon. Dull and Boring, get it? Turns out we were actually not supposed to be on this road at all so we had to turn around and go back through Dull to get back on track.
Between our frequent stops to admire ...
... the disposable cutlery is wooden and so beautifully made I have brought a knife and fork home to frame, and we felt we had done our duty by Edinburgh and it was time to go somewhere entirely different, to Glasgow.
Another of these strange railways anomalies: you can only travel from Leuchars to Glasgow via Edinburgh, you can book a return from Leuchars to Edinburgh, which allows you to go on Saturday and return on Sunday, but you CAN'T book a return from Edinburgh ...