National Hotel Dingwall
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While we arrived in Scotland yesterday, my suitcase did not... But I had my clubs so not all was lost. Met with K-squared at the airport and began our trek on the left side of the road to Nairn! Kyleigh did a wonderful job driving, only going down the wrong road twice and only ******* off one driver :) Our hotel room in Nairn is so cute! We had dinner in the hotel restaurant and took a quick walk to the grocery store to get ...
... in 1692. Went for a little walk and then moved down the road a mile to another car park, to do the Signal Rock walk. Great scenery again, a bit like the Gap of Dunloe in Killarney. There was a tolerated overnight stop at the ski lift area at Mount Glencoe so we stayed there for a very peaceful night (with the midges).
There were deer near the carpark early the next morning which was quite exciting. We set off early carrying on through the Glencoe Pass which was quite cool ...
... to take pictures and admire the views. At each stop was other rabbies tour busses also on the way to Loch ness. We also made a stop at Slate town for a toilet break.
Soon we arrived in Loch ness. There was time for a quick walk before we went on an optional cruise. I ate my lunch, walked around the town, had a look at some souviners and then headed over to the ship/ boat. This tour only got us to Loch ness, but gave the option of doing a lake cruise as well as the time ...
... that morning; ordered the part in, Matt goes under the van, removes the old one, replaces it with the new one. We had a van of gypsies approach us asking the problem and if we would be hanging around overnight, dodgy. Matt had it running just in the nick of time. It was 7:30pm by the time we left Dingwall and began our journey for the 3rd time. That night we wild camped at our bayside spot from the night ...
Today was our first early morning (with many more to come) of the trip. We had to have our bags packed, bellies fed, and butts on the bus by 8:15 am. The students all made it onto the coach with bright smiling faces. First stop for today was Glamis Castle. This is the castle where Queen Victoria (the Queen Mother.....which means the current queen's mother....hope you caught all that) was born and raised. Currently, it is a private residence owned by the Earl of Strathmore ...