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Our wedding day morning we went and did the castle tour. Soo busy Then a quick drive over to Skye and the back to our hotel for lunch and get ready. Sun was shining it was a perfect evening. I drove over with Lynne our photographer, so the first time Sean saw me I was walking to him over the castle bridge. Since the weather was ...
... the hustle and bustle of city life. In recent years the unremarkable village has come to the attention of the world's media, because the Duchess of Cambridge, formerly Kate Middleton spent a large portion of her life ...
... radio and pointing out every mountain, sheep and waterfall that appeared on our quest to reach our destination. When we did finally reach our destination it was at a rather late hour, with the driveway being unmarked and bordered with scenery that could have been plucked straight from a brothers grimm fairy tale. No street lights to be found meant that our head lights were left to illuminate the gnarled tree trunks and teeny weeny single track ...
We upped anchor just after 10 and motored gently out of Loch Gairloch with a fishing line out. Soon we had caught 2 large Pollock. We motored on, southwards, passing the islands of Rona and Rassey, which lie just off the East side of Skye. Our destination is the picture postcard port of Plockton.
... we had to pass a car or truck everyone would shout: breathe in! lean to the left!
Eventually we made it back to Aviemore alive.
Dinner was delicious (I had haggis!) except I didn't eat the vegetables and this woman told me: If you don't eat your veggies the sun won't rise tomorrow!
Fine! I don't want it to rise anyway!
Ah, to be a child again... would suck.