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... early and try to drive all the way down to Penrith (on the edge of the Lakes District). It was a long day, but we made it driving past Loch Ness, through the Highlands, out of Scotland and well back into England. We drove through a bit of the Lakes District the next day, but because of a blocked road we had to turn away and detour out. We stopped in Skipton for lunch were we took a walk in the woods to find some geocaches. We continued onto Sheffield, staying at ...
... some snowy roads. However, none of us saw terribly much of it because we were all fast asleep! That night we were once again treated to a lovely home made dinner, this time lasagne, before our one staff member, Brydie, put on a Tartan Toga party for the sixteen of us in the bar. We had an absolute blast dressed up in makeshift kills and clan sashes and there were a hell of a lot of free shots to win to enjoy alongside your double vodka and Irn Bru! We ...
... my body. I didn't Hinkley that they would ever come back down. We got back to the Clansman Inn and had a lazy afternoon, reading, talking and re packing suitcases. Now I have eaten Black Pudding and Haggis, so I didn't think that I had too many more surprises in store. Wrong. We had a group consensus that we would go and have a feed of Chinese. We ordered the following: prawn wontons, spring rolls, special flied lice, sweet and sour pork, prawns in black bean sauce, satay chicken and ...
... room was and how it was used as well as the various staff functions were and their hierarchy at the castle. Well worth a visits Then on via Inverness to Nairn, where I was born nearly 67 years ago and left 55 years ago, a coming homes of sort. A quick trip through town and it is familiar to me, the layout etc but smaller, narrower streets but traffic jams. There is a motorway running from Inverness through Nairn and in Nairn they have traffic lights which ...
... tumulus which I walked around, for the GPS pattern, before we followed one of the green paths past the comet stone, so called because it produces a tail on the ring, and back towards the farm houses at the causeway.
By now it was after three, so we dashed off to see the long anticipated Skara Brae. At last we are reaping the benefit of having become members of Historic Scotland as it means that we don't have to pay entry fees for any of the Neolithic ...