Holly Tree Hotel
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... giving us both a fright and we laughed till we cried.
We took a forest walk to a shelter looking out over the loch to where there are seals. That was cool even though they were a fair distance away. We didn't find the castle ruin we were looking for but it was a pleasant drive ending in Fort William for lunch. I drove us back.
Going a mile or so up the road for dinner tonight.
LATER....great meal at Laroch and a good walk afterwards.
... reunited, of course without Lynda’s bag.
Since this was our first day I decide that our first outing would be along a Scottish beach. We would take the train to the next station at Morar and hike back along the shore. Surely it will be easier to avoid getting lost on a beach rather than what they describe as a "well-trodden path" or sometimes a “well-trodden sheep path” or a “well-trodden cow path.” ...
Hi all! Another spectacular day in the highlands of Scotland. We are LOVING this. We are in awe of the scenery we have experienced. Today we started 2 miles south of Tyndrum.We started on a good trail, which was an old military road. We got to the top of a pass to face Ben Dorain, which is considered a "munro" in this country, which means it is over 1000 meters. Oh, forgot to say at the very beginning of our walk we had the most fantastic view of ...
... br> Loch Lomond took me back to the rugby days of boozy men in pubs hollering “you take the high road and I’ll take the low road… etc”. Got a lovely free picnic spot with little forest walks on and around the loch.
Heading further north we’re currently at Glen Coe having done one of the world’s most recommended drives (the A82) through the Highlands which was simply ...
... ruin built in the 14th century and is located at the head of Loch Awe. There is absolutely no signage for this castle, I knew where it was from the internet but if I was just a passing tourist I would have driven straight past the turnoff. Anyway, I set up camp (I really am glad I didn't try and tent in the Hebrides). I then spent a couple of hours walking around the castle and loch and taking photos as the sun set. Another magical spot in Scotland. A few ...