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We have 2 nights in Inverness and this morning we headed firstly to Cullonden battle field where Bonnie Prince Charlie's Scottish clans where defeated by the British .. A very good memorial has been built to commemorate what was the last battle on English soil. Next stop was Cawdor castle and ...
... went to check her nap place (owners bed)..found it. commence laundry.
local has been taking me to some fantastic walking spots over the week. last night I got schooled by some fit older ladies while making my way up the Fungle. I don't know why they call it that. FUNgle is not something I would describe the steep inclines it provides. they zoomed while I puffed. view at the top was nice though..my hiking shoes fit again and no ticks so i'd call it a success.
Because it is our last day we decided that we wouldn't go to far from home. This iwas probably the worst day we have had here weather wise. Firstly we went to sea the seals but it was so windy the sand was blowing in our face then it started to rain so we thought it best to give it a miss, so we carried on to Koseisle beach, it had stopped raining but it was still windy and really overcast so we stayed long ...
... compound. Suffice to say we didn't get in, but its discovery has caused some slight changes to the way I now address her ladyship, how I can do things at her convenience, and with her approval , but other than that we are still the same people, if that is acceptable;)
Oh, yes there is a Lochindorb in Otago, near the Catlins I think.
On the way home from here we went through the crossroads town of Carbridge. The photo says it all.
... the centuries. We really enjoyed looking around, seeing the dungeons, kitchen with monster fireplace, and the oldest toilet in Scotland which dates from the 14th century.
There's also graffiti from about the same time that was apparently carved into the walls near the dungeons by the servants or guards.
This arvo we went for a drive to some fishing villages on the north coast. The most interesting one was ...