Glenmoriston Town House
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... for almost two weeks - it is a diesel Fiat 500 with only 5,000+ miles on the clock. We left Edinburgh and travelled north over the Forth Bridge towards Inverness. We loved the changing scenery and the roads were definitely in better condition than in Tasmania. We had to stop a few times on the way because of road works plus we had two stops to get out, walk around and stretch. The distance to Inverness was about 155 miles (approximately ...
... local shop know for their fresh fish fishing in local waters. The meal was really enjoyable.
Drove back to Theresa for a "loop dop or two" and then caught the train back to Edinburgh.
It is really amazing how well the public transport works in the UK and the affordable cost of this efficient mode of transport around the cities and countryside.
Early Friday morning, our transport took us back to the airport so we could pick up our hired car for ...
... br> Saw other distilleries along the way such as Grants and Ben Riach, and even saw where the famous Walker Shortbread is made.
Next stop Inverness and place of interest there was the Inverness Castle which is being used currently by the Dept of Courts but unable to go in.
Staying the night in a place called Carrbridge and a beautiful old lodge built in 1905 called Dalrachney www.dalrcahney.co.uk.
Been a great ...
The rush, spontaneity and ecstasy of my life in Italy seems like particles of a distant dream already as, a few weeks into my return, I find myself racing through Nairn high street with a woman I've barely met named Alison. I say racing but let us accept that as a very loose term for a car filled with the intent and desire for speed but the actuality of being overtaken by every other means of transport available to the road; one-armed, blind pedestrians ...
... it was great to see how each distillery has their own traditions that are still continued to this day. For example, as the copper pot stills are replaced they are exactly matched to the one that is being removed as otherwise it may have an affect on the end flavour. Also even in a technical world the team still (with some help) decide when to turn the distilled liquid between the head, heart and tail. As always the tour finished with a tasting and this ...