The Nethybridge Hotel
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... Scots. The battle itself was fought on 15 April 1746, was over in less than an hour and resulted in the deaths of about 50 English soldiers and between 1210 and 1500 Jacobites. (The Jacobites were Scottish men who banded together as an army over many years to fight the English and reinstate a Stuart King on the English throne.).
After we had looked at the exhibitions in the visitor centre we walked around the battlefield ...
... centre. We drove to Coromony Cairn, over 4000 years old. It is a chambered cairn, excavated in 1952 where they found one body of a woman. We then continued onto Tomich and to Ploddie Falls. Lots of water going over and enjoyed the walk through the forest to see them. Back to the B&B for a catch up before dinner at the local pub. The scenery has been lovely with the autumn colours in the trees against the green fields and the heather covered hills, dotted with white ...
... my whole life. Tomorrow, I am to be moved downstairs. Greatest fear is that the new room will be worse. We are not happy Trafalgar Travellers at the moment. Tour Director was very busy on the phone and suspect there may have been a stuff up. Highlight of the day was seeing the Highland Cattle (Highland Coos) in gardens of Blair Atholl and seeing ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. Tomorrow we are off to Isle of Skye by ...
... first left home! We have gotten so comfortable with being away, and have gotten used to living life day by day. It will be so weird coming home and sleeping in a room by myself, not having to label my food that I put into the fridge, and not meeting new people and being in new places every few days! Anyways, I digress. After walking for a few miles into town, we came across a local game of shinty! I'm not sure what the rules of this game are, but from what I gathered it's ...
... I was, in fact, still messaging my very close, almost-but-not-really-love-of-my-life Valerio with whom I had spent an incredible five days of complete, naively romantic, walk-through-the-park ecstasy before his return to Puglia and Liam and I spent inordinate amounts of time trying to subtly convey my disinterest to Scaletto man. The latter however was, well resilient...and upon Liam’s departure had the nerve to say to me: “It felt the whole time as if we ...