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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... have some land rights, but there is always a tension around who controls the land. This is playing out now in new efforts at land reform in Scotland. Our guide told us the landlords were suddenly interested in doing things for the village. We saw many burned out crofts on fields with sheep roaming, all owned by wealthy absentee landlords. This sad history put us in mind of the history of Native Americans in our past. They too were considered subhuman ...
... home from Turkey for less than two weeks. Then I realized that I could use some work on adding spontaneity into my life and said yes.
We started the drive up on Thursday after work. Just Kate, I, her dog, and 5 CDs... I'm sure you can already imagine how this is going to go... We stopped in Carlisle around midnight that night and got up the next morning to do a bit of exploring around the town. We just wandered around and found a neat castle and ...
... the same dealership. Viv and Pete seemed really lovely and as experienced motor homers we picked up several useful ideas. We went for coffee before heading up Ullapool Hill. This was about 5 miles, 300m high and with 360 degree views from the summit. We could see the huge mountains of Assynt and back over loch Achall and Loch Broom. ...
Well he did design the town! We decided that we didn't have enough time to cover Inverness and Speyside (we could save this for another journey) and we would continue northwards toward the Asyant and Cargloich Mountains. The weather was dull and after taking the coast road and passing Monty Halls cottage (do you remember him, the marine biologist and his dog Rubén, who used to live and explore for weeks around the Western Isles?) ...
... narrower and steeper as we make our way towards the waterfall. We are pretty high now and can see the river way down in the valley below. Finally we reach a high point and can hear the gushing water - we must be close! And suddenly there it is, a beautiful mass of gushing white...wow!
To see the falls in all their glory it is necessary to descend a very steep path which we take very slowly and carefully. We guess that this is the bit the warnings ...