The Aviemore Inn
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... for almost two weeks - it is a diesel Fiat 500 with only 5,000+ miles on the clock. We left Edinburgh and travelled north over the Forth Bridge towards Inverness. We loved the changing scenery and the roads were definitely in better condition than in Tasmania. We had to stop a few times on the way because of road works plus we had two stops to get out, walk around and stretch. The distance to Inverness was about 155 miles (approximately ...
... town of Rothiemurchus. Within fifteen feet, there was a sign that advertised fishing. We decided to have a look see. When we asked the man at the counter if people could fish, he said, "Aye." There was even a "novice" loch where people could pay £15.00/hour and do bait fishing, all equipment included for the hour: maggots as bait, net, stick to knock the fish out and poles. As its been decades since I last fished, J had to show me how to cast my line. We found an empty spot on ...
... who gives interesting and detailed commentaries, today in particular took both Glenis and I back to Southland Girls High School History lessons, we are immersed in the Stuarts, Mary Queen Of Scots etc, so much history, but we are loving it.
Today we left early, first stop Culloden, it was raining which made it more depressing, but the little stone cottage that Bonnie Prince Charlie took refuge is still ...
... the rest of the time. As we started looking around it began to snow and everything soon turned to white - it was pretty magical! as we boarded the boat and headed back the sky cleared so we got a great view of the surrounding mountains! Felt like we saw 4 seasons in 2 hours, crazy! Sadly, Nessie didn't pop her head up for us but it was still an amazing experience! John picked us up at the Harbour and then we went and had lunch together in Inverness. He took us to a garden shop to ...
... of Nairn were a nice complement to the wildlife. We met a few West Highland and Scottish terriers (mascots of sorts in these parts) and saw several adorable Labrador retrievers frolicking on the beach.
We wrapped up our tour and headed to our B&B, the Old Minister's House. This is easily the nicest, most comfortable place we have stayed so far. The house has a well-designed and maintained yard and is adjacent to a snow-fed, salmon-bearing stream. ...