Premier Inn Inverness East
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... strange or simply a mis-judgement of their clientele, but Stirling Uni does not have any free wifi (other than in the central area) and there are no phone signal boosters out here. The reception I can get from my room is sporadic at best and completely incapable of data ever.
I can logon to the internet from my laptop via an ethernet VPN set up, and it is ok, but it means I have to sit in my room typing up these posts or doing emails. Making posting things on the ...
... another salmon (and trout) ladder. This one has been built so that the fish can swim (rather than jump) up through a series of 34 pools that cover 310 metres. The ladder must be quite successful, as each year it is used by about 5,400 fish, which are recorded by an electronic counter. We didn't stay there long as the midges were biting, so we carried on to tonight's Britstop: a farm shop in the Angus ...
... then at Glenfiddich. A few tipples (and purchases) later, it was time to find our stop for the night.
Our Britstop started off being a pub in the town of Aviemore, where we had a few drinks and then dinner. It wasn't till about 8.30 that we noticed the flyers advertising that the pub turns into a nightclub here... from 10pm until 3.00AM!! After a few surreptitious questions of ...
... the rabbits when we did our history projects earlier in the year. Maybe he knows some more about their introduction to Australia. While I'm writing this I'm listening to the most amazing thunderstorm. It's so nice to be tucked up in bed while the lightning is flashing outside the bedroom window. I hope you have all had a great first week back at school and you're looking after Mrs Andrews. Have a great weekend ...
... on this side. It was so educational and it was a great morning learning so much about history.
Ashe particularly loved it as she is currently reading books called the Outlander series which is set in this era in Scotland and they focus a lot on the Battle of Culloden.
The only downside was the fact Ashe was eaten by midges and ended up in welts and very itchy!
After Culloden we started the drive to the Loch Ness and Isle of ...
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