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Spent the day in Aberdeen today, a very wet Scottish day but warm, so not much outdoor exploring. Unfortunately Balmoral Castle was closed so could not visit nor play a round of golf at St Andrews!! Aberdeen is a very floral town with baskets of flowers everywhere. The main street has pennants of all countries strung from one side of the road to the other.
Put the rain jackets on and walked along the old railway line from ...
Picked up our Mercedes rental car and off we went. Left Edinburgh heading for Aberdeen with a few detours on the way and a change of plan more than once!!! Think that's all I need to say.
Spent nearly two hours in a cafe with free wifi trying to find somewhere to stay in Aberdeen. Managed to get a room and when we turned up the reservation had not come through ...
... Against The Midges we have some time to spend on the road to head towards Loch Ness. We arrive at The Loch Ness Inn in Drumnadrochit and the place is buzzing. It has a restaurant and a bar. Getting a table proves a challenge for many people that night but it looks like we arrived there right in time. Lucky us! Dinner was great and so are the rooms. Day 9: Time to discover Loch Ness. The Inn is about 1 mile away from Urquhart Castle so ...
... of the deer crossing our path, it was so large, I thought it was a horse, so it's hard to imagine how something that size can be so silent. If I hadn't looked up at that moment, we wouldn't have even seen the 3 of them. Needless to say, it was another one of those fabulous Scottish days, not a cloud in the sky and a great temperature for walking.
Liz left Dornoch on Tuesday evening and we followed her on Thursday ...
... I'm more terrified and scared now than I ever was coming to the UK.
The journey of my long hair is coming to a close and I hold comfort in the fact that somewhere, a little kid going through a much tougher time than me, will be able to flick their hair at the beach with the other kids.
That is what is holding me together.