The Clubhouse Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nairn
... a mixture of excitement and fear of death. I learnt that snow is very slippery and was worried that I would roll down the mountain but after a few hard falls I realised I wouldn’t die and began to progress with my boarding 'skills’.
Tim and Mark did well, I don’t remember them falling over quite as much as me.
Anyway, it was a fun but exhausting day, after which we all just went home, ate dinner and ...
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... the very strong wind I struggle to maintain more than about 30 mph.
The wind and snow are battering against me like bullets from a gun. As I head around the edge of the mountain my visor is covered in snow and my view of the road ahead is a total blur. Take my hands off the steering and the bike will just about be blown sideways across this white road and so the only way to clean my visor is to pull over and stop.
With the howling ...
... Edinburgh on 4th January with more amazing people that have been very good to me. How lucky am I!! Then I get to pick Dee up from the airport on the 5th and start another adventure with a gorgeous old friend and I am sure we will manage to have loads of laughs and create some great memories as well.
I wish for you all an absolutely Magical 2014 that brings you Peace, Joy, Blessings and abundance. Here's cheers to an amazing 2014 !
... The roads through the highlands were narrow and windy which reminded me of some roads in New Zealand.
The Scottish people were so lovely throughout the trip, and being called lass and saying I instead of yes made them awesome in my books.
Our day trips consisted of a road trip out to the west coast of the highlands to a town called Mallaig and another heading north to Loch Ness and and Inverness.
- The Urquhart castle was ...