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A very foggy morning in the highlands but by 10 it had nearly all lifted. We left Invergarry and headed south towards Fort William and stopped at Nevis Range, a ski resort in winter but has gondola cars in summer. The views over the range and Fort William were stunning. We couldn't see Ben Nevis as it was behind the munro we were on. We had a coffee then headed back down the gondola. The area is very popular with ramblers, Munro-baggers and mountain bikes. We then headed off ...
... the dog' :) however the surroundings and buildings were stunning.
Stirling Castle next, by this time I was onto it and enthusiastic, these are places that I never imagined I would see, we had 2 hours there, so was able to poke and take our time, no crowds to hassle us.
This is the last day of our tour, and Trafalgar Tours does what is called (Be my Guest), they aim for ...
... a number of vintage quilts and some themed on "My Scotland". Our men had chosen to investigate the industrial museum recommended at the cafe and we agreed to meet in Renton at the next venue. This was even more interesting as there was a quartet of Japanese ladies demonstrating a technique for producing white stitched patterns on an indigo ground which were incorporated into panels depicting traditional patterns and pictures.
After these I felt like like giving ...
... crossing delays and sleepless nights in trains.
It is the trip of a lifetime, to a part of the world I have been interested in for years but always assumed to be inaccessible except for truly hardy adventure travellers (and let's be realistic, neither of us was ever one of those). But in these modern times it seems that several companies offer guided tours. Ours ...
... and had to get out. It was ******* with rain outside so we waited at the bus stop to take us into town. We ate at some random pub that turned out to be horrible. I got the wrong meal, and once the right one arrived, my chips were frozen. I called too hard, ate my meal and we left.
We spent the rest of the day exploring Glasgow and we took some photos in the main square. We then did a bit ...