Kincraig Castle Hotel
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I was up early on Tuesday 20th to sit my history exam. Not my best exam, but it should have been good enough to pass. I met up with my family who had stayed the previous night in Hull and I got the chance to show them around Hull University, my dorm and we went out to lunch together. Driving through small villages like Bishop Burton we made our way up North where we stayed in a small pub on the outskirts of York. Our day in York was a little disrupted by the ...
... feed bucket by a pheasant, which looked like the start of a really bad joke! Our walk was colder this time through quit a bit of snow, and there were a lot of crunchy slippery areas where the leaves and mud on the trail had started to freeze. I think they're called the Falls of Bruar because every visitor immediately exclaims 'brrrrrrrrruar!' from the cold as soon as they get there! The weather was insanely changeable, from sunny spells to being ...
... omelette. Now readers this is where **** started to get weird. Out came the special flied lice smothered in roast pork and gravy, I **** you not ******* roast pork and gravy on the flied lice. Oh well this must be a Scottish take on the dish. Then the prawn omelette finally come out sitting on top of about 5 kilos of chips and peas. Now I love peas and chips, ahh **** it lets just eat up. After that we headed back to the Inn and having a quite night prior to the drive to Glasgow ...
... three hour drive to Inverness. The scenery was brilliant and it is interesting to see how many places around Newcastle and the Hunter Valley have the names of Scottish towns and cities. We are staying right on Loch Ness and are looking forward to a cruise on the Loch and a visit to Urquart Castle tomorrow. The food here was pretty good and Tina not being a scotch drinker, enjoyed the couple that she tried tonight. And yep they had Haggis on the menu, but I passed this ...
... completely lit at sunset on the winter solstice! How crazy is that!? We had another sad stop on our list today, but one that was incredibly important. The Culloden Battle Field. This is where England finally took over the Scots and squashed the rebellion to bits. It's tough to fight a battle with sleet and grapeshot pouring down on you. The most interesting thing was the graves - the Scotsmen are all buried by clan, with markers neatly chiseled. The English have almost ...