Glenmoriston Arms Hotel
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... br> In the afternoon we went to the local Highland military tattoo, which was really enjoyable. Lots of small stalls selling local food. The emphasis on maintaining their traditions is something we have lost in SA and is truly sad when you see how proud the people here are of their heritage.
Tomorrow the plan is to take a slow drive down the side of the Loch to Glasgow which will be our last night in Scotland as we fly from Glasgow to Dublin on Monday afternoon.
... they didn't want a Catholic dynasty. So William & Mary took the throne shortly after young James was born, in 1689.
James and his son fled to France. But many in Scotland still thought him the rightful king. The supporters of the Stuarts were known as Jacobites, from the Latin from of James, Jacobus. There was a first Jacobite rising in 1715, in support of James' son, known as James The Prentender. But if failed.
A second Jacobite rising began in ...
THERE ARE TIMES when good words are to be left unsaid out of esteem for silence.
The Rule of St. Benedict 6:2
Passed the ruins of Benedictine Abbey
The esteem for silence might be the best way to post todays blog...it was all fun and games the last two days but this afternoon after we said goodbye to our Australan friends things changed. Last night the pub owner said "this glen is like a woman, she's soft and loving ...
... poor womans on the other side of the door who had opened it!! So funny! We muck around a bit climbing over rocks and daring each other to get as close to the water as we can, then head back to the coach and grabbing a cheeky ice cream from a van on the way. We then head to Aviemore for lunch, a pretty place which is very much geared up for skiing during the winter months. The sun comes out again although it had been chucking it down for most of the bus ride, we ...
... the side of the road too as well heaps of pheasants. We visited Talisker Distillery which was off on a side road – we never know if we’ll be able to fit down them. We went shopping in Portree for postcards and our tea; had our lunch in a lovely pub in Sligahan on Skye. A couple came and sat at the table next to us here and I noticed what looked like little kiwi and pukeko toys attached to the lady’s handbag. ...