Glengarry Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Ian Fleming, the author and creator of James Bond. On top of that she was delightful company. It was cheering to have a friend for the journey.
The highlands are as grand as they say - craggy peaks and munros shrouded in mist, expansive moors dotted with bogs and ponds that reflect the stormy skies above, and the occasional shaft of sunlight that pierces through the layers of gray. And when the small, pure cerulean patches of blue sky appear, well then. Breathtaking. ...
... showers already cleared out or getting ready to subside. We had a great breakfast (veggie sausage, eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms and loads of delicious fruit) and picked up some packed lunches from our B&B host. There would be no towns or villages along our route, so bringing lunch was our only option. We grabbed some bottled water and made our way to the trail, which began with a steep and winding uphill climb out of Kinlochleven. Maybe my legs were just tired, ...
We have been given what is apparently a very rare day in Skye, full sunshine and the colour of the lochs are just gorgeous. I am running our of superlatives. We left Portree and headed up the northern peninsula of the island. On the way we passed the Old Man of Storr, large pointed up thrusts of rock, Lealt Gorge, the kilt rock waterfall and the museum of island life which has crofter cottages with thatched rooves tied down with boulders. The beauty ...
... a gentleman that said he was competing in the annual race in 2 days time!! The record for it he said is 1.5 hours...up and back!! I said he was made and kept drinking my well deserved Guinness...
That night we were certainly not cooking and caught up with some long lost friends, Kelly, Kayla and Sarah. We ate at the Grog and Gruel, another good recommendation by the good old lonely planet! Value for money and some good laughs all round after a hard day 'at work'!
After a hearty breakfast, the condemned men set off from Inverness, in pouring rain, to travel west towards the Highlands. The rain was due to abate later according to my travelling companion, who is not always reliable on these issues. Plan was to follow the minor road along Loch Ness, which we did. The scenery was awesome but mainly we could not see much of it due to the driving rain. At one point a road sign announced a " red squirrels" and on cue a few yards later ...