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... I was in flower heaven. Then it was back on the bus for the trip back to Inverness. We were back much earlier tonight around 6, so we've had dinner and a few drinks, Pimms tonight, really enjoyed them Lesley, thought of you while I was drinking them. Quick stop at Tescos on the way back to our room to grab some strawberries to snack on tomorrow. Nicest strawberries I've ever had, so sweet and ...
... the time we arrived in Inverness it was 8 pm, quickly checked into our hotel and off we went to find dinner and a drink. Most of us ended up in McNabs pub, fish and chips and a pint of Tennetts. After a shower and writing the previous two nights blog posts it was after midnight, glad we have a sleep in tomorrow, bus picking us up at 9:30 am. Weather has been about 14 degrees Celsius the last few days, no rain thankfully even though it has been forecast each ...
... more. YUMMOOOO We get to explore the gardens while they're doiing the final preparationbs for lunch and after lunch I wander through the castle which is still a working castle. Lady Cawder lives there from October to April and the May to September the castle is open to the public. She did come to see us but we had just left. We head back to the Newton for a little R&R then have birthday cake, champagne ...
... no Englishman on board but I corrected him.
We left Edinburgh to the west, passing Falkirk along the way and the Falkirk Stadium. Next we saw Stirling Castle off in the distance and we caught a quick glimpse of the Wallace Monument, built to commemorate William Wallace. Our first stop for the day was the tiny hamlet of Kilmahog where we had a chance to see some Highland Cows, one of which was called Hamish.
We traveled on through the Rob Roy Country of the ...
... estate with a significantly long and illustrious history. I always thought the castle was named after a woman but in fact it means “island of Donnain” and he was a Celtic saint who was martyred in 617. On the wall outside, there is a plaque which says: “a Macrae will never be outside whenever there is a Mackenzie inside” – indicating the depth of the ...
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