Old Manse of Marnoch

Bridge of Marnoch, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB54 7RS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Scotland

A travel blog entry by triparooni

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If you plan on carryon for a month toiletries must be kept to a minimum. So I pack a sample size of everything to get me there and I explore and buy new items as I go. I get to experience new cosmetics and fragrances as part of the fun! And I can travel light. Scotland gave me a new opportunity to try a line of Body Shop shampoos that were lovely! Balmoral Castle offers a lovely bluebell sachet for a fragrant suitcase and soap that brings home the fields of ...

Our Whisky Tour, staying at Tomintoul

A travel blog entry by peebee6

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... only one tasting on offer here, but was it also splendid. Our next stop was Strathisla, actually the oldest distillery around here and now owned by Chivas Regal. The tour was conducted by a young lady who had only just started so was not as informative as the previous two. At the end we again had a tasting, Marcus was a tad disappointed with these, but I said cheers to my Dad who loved his Chivas Regal :) We slept these 3 tastings off, and had one ...

First Day on the North Sea

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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Up at 04.00hrs for an early start. Left Inverness at 05.00 to catch the ebb tide (2 knots) Dead calm so motoring but managing 8 knots with the tide By 06.30 we have the sails up but still motoring At 11.00 running on engine and mainsail. Now more than halfway ...

Day ten - 4 hour trek...

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

Feeling a little bit tender today we dragged ourselves out of bed, got organised and went on other trek. This was meant to be 2-3 hours...ended up being over 4! It's not like we were walking slow either. This walk was through more woodland area and following beside streams and rivers. It was lovely, but I was shattered ...

The best and the worst

A travel blog entry by twovines

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This morning starts brightly for our visit to Craigievar Castle, which has been continuously inhabited without major alterations since 1626. We arrive at opening time to be sure of a visit as this castle is by ticketed guided tour only. It's possible to book ahead but we didn't. There's a great view from the castle and turns out we're the only visitors so we have our own personal tour guide. It's a great tour and definitely the ...

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