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Travel Blogs from Inverness
Hello all. So due to popular demand (term used loosely) , the blog is back! I will continue to write about Mark and my travel adventures around England and Europe and wherever else we go.
So last weekend Mark and I went to Scotland! We went to Aviemore to go snowboarding with Naomi and Tim.
We left on Friday morning and boarded a flight to Inverness. The flight was quite short, (2ish hours) and we arrived and headed straight ...
... and rain soaked. The speed limit was 60mph and people were going far faster. John stuck to a nice 40 mph (it was still faster than I preferred).
Loch Ness is beautiful, even in the cold rain. We didn't see any monsters but Johnny did a good impression. It took us about three hours to make it down the length of the lake because we made frequent stops to either look at the views or wait out the rain or let people pass. If it wasn't so rainy we would ...
... the highlands coastal town Mallaig we stopped for a it drink at the mission cafe, literally the only place open in the port orientated town. Driving back to Fort William we found a chain of white sand beaches in Arisaig that seemed very out of place, but were stunning.
Going to the Inverlocy castle by Fort William was a mission in the rain, but yet another amazing historic building that really took you back in time. Dan ended the day by falling ...
... postcards. These streets were also very busy. We saw several drunks who could barely stand up, lots of kids from the youth hostel, and lots of senior citizens at their local center. Inverness is the youngest city we have seen, its oldest buildings 200-300 years old. It's a very pretty city. Across the street from our hotel is a canal; we watched a fly fisherman in the water for several minutes this afternoon.
Then we boarded the coach for the Loch ...
... no ongoing business. We joke about cars and computers and all things today with their 'built-in' obsolescence.
There is a distinctive flavour to the whisky as the water comes exclusively from a local loch and the design of the still (where the alcohol is distilled) is unique. Dave looks in awe at the purest spirit - about 70% proof - as it flows into the tanks prior to barrelling. No, this is not drinkable. Blind ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed