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... favourite places in Scotland. We decided to spend the day driving to Inverness via Pitlochery and the Cairngorms National Park. Chris, Greg and I had been here together in 2011 and Chris even remembered where we had morning tea on the trip. After delicious scones and sponge cake at Hetties Tearooms we visited the many shops selling Scottish woolen products before driving on towards Inverness. Next stop was the Battlefield of Culloden, just outside the city. In ...
... hotel room I've ever been in. It's got high ceilings (complete with red chandelier), and not one, not two, but FOUR beds, one of which is a double. Pretty sweet. It's a pretty old place, and the non-bed furniture showed it. I sat down in an armchair and when I leaned to the side to grab my backpack the seat fell out from under me and the whole chair fell apart. My parents thought that was hilarious.
We decided to go to a proper Indian ...
... they don't usually allow children to stay here but Carolyn really liked my name.
We are only here until the 18th but we all wish it was longer.
We had dinner at a Chinese Restaurant and guess what they had Haggis spring rolls so I had one. Nanny and Grandy says that now makes me a Scot. It tasted like a sausage roll I don't know what the big deal was.
Saturday August 16th
Today is quite a cool and a wet day. We decided to walk to the Glasgow Green to ...
... of the Halemau trail, which Leianna had recommended. It's an hour and a half round hike , and fairly level. So not too strenuous. The benefits though - holy cow. We emerge on a ridge that falls sharply away on both sides to give a 360 degree view of the crater, still completely clear of cloud. We walk further on, at the recommendation of a passing couple, to another outcrop that gives even more spectacular views. Again, we try to photograph how awesome it ...
... a miserable day, never really ******* down but always kind of moist, the weather didn’t bother us too much-its just the way we expected Scotland to be.
Whilst I sat in a coffee shop out of the rain Dani again went “shopping”, well at least this time she actually bought some things that she needed like new shoes. I just like most men will never understand how women can go shopping for hours & come back empty handed.
When the ...