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... Scots. The battle itself was fought on 15 April 1746, was over in less than an hour and resulted in the deaths of about 50 English soldiers and between 1210 and 1500 Jacobites. (The Jacobites were Scottish men who banded together as an army over many years to fight the English and reinstate a Stuart King on the English throne.).
After we had looked at the exhibitions in the visitor centre we walked around the battlefield ...
... No Nessie sightings though. Then our epic 3 hour bus ride through Glencoe and the Trossachs. The view was incredible as we meandered through the mountains. Although there were several tight turns in our very large bus, Del Boy proved that he has nerves of steel once again. We stopped for a quick bite in Callander and lucked out with another great little tea house. Then it was back on the coach so that we could make it to ...
... blah blah my cappuccino is a disgusting mottling of cold coffee particles floating in a swamp of damp foam now!!!! I used to be such a nightmare you know...the whole topsy-turvy sleeping, partying, arguing, working, running myself into the ground thing did absolutely nothing for my inner zen.
We left and I made a fervent promise to myself to avoid all future contact, spending the weeks preluding ...
A really early start today - up at 5 and left Prestatyn at 6 to pick up the coach at Rhyl. We've been traveling on the coach for nearly 3 hours and we're still in Liverpool (not too far away). We still have to pick up a few more passengers before we can scream up the motorway to Scotland. People are pleasant and very friendly and most, but not all, have white hair. Bus driver, nice bloke, says " Is everyone comfortable? I don't care...I'm just being polite". Then he says "We ...
... home in Grahamstown by Anne Robertson and here they were! We had a short, excited chat and reciprocated with photographs of each other before we headed off. What a fabulous coincidence.
We then walked back to the car past the rickety old bridge I had seen on my last visit and we were soon on our way to Foyers. What a lovely drive that was on the quiet side of Loch Ness, passing several lovely spots on the way, including a lovely little loch, ...