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Day 11: November 11th
I woke up this morning in a rather uncomfortable position; with Harry face to face leaning over the top of me, yelling at me to get up. I got changed and the day had begun. We ventured out past the stone fence of the Lovat, and began our self-controlled tour of the Loch Ness. As we began we immediately saw one of ...
... waterfall at Strathgarve and we stop to get a couple of pictures and stretch our legs.
We continue on and we get to Ullapool by the afternoon. Ullapool is a nice little fishing village with a nice harbour area. We head to the tourist board and they help us find a place for the night. After we check in a the B&B we head on a scenic drive north around Loch Lurgainn. This road was so small it didn't even have a road number. However, it was big ...
Once more back on the coach and off to Loch Ness and the search for Nessie!!
Unfortunately during our cruise the elusive creature was no where to be seen.
After it was time to watch everyone jump in the Loch!
Which was freaking awesome.
After a quick dinner, Haggis stufffed Chicken!, we had a Trivia night before heading to bed.
... s of millions of years ago) - the force of the two continents crashed together and formed the Moines Thrust, so America was connected to that part of Scotland! Excellent information centre with audio and visual, touch screen, explanation, examples of the rocks and fossils and hand turning exhibits - showing how when this happened over millions of years (taking as long as long your nails grow) the old rocks (1,000 million years ago ) that were on the bottom being pushed on top ...
... scenery, and it fair takes yer breath away. Take a look at these...quite a few Munros up here (mountains over 3,000 feet high... of which there are 282 throughout Scotland where bagging (climbing) them is a national pastime).
The place names in this remote region are wonderful......get yer tongue around Achiltibuie, ...