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... headed to lunch at a pre-selected restaurant. Ashley had a surprisingly large and tasty venison sausage/cherry/walnut/rocket(arugula) salad with horseradish dressing and a well seasoned ocean trout (looked like steelhead trout) with a horseradish sauce. The horseradish sauce is the best here... Travis had a salmon/cucumber/rocket/dill sauce appetizer and an aged rump steak with a peppercorn sauce. It reinforced our normal aversion to ordering steak in Great Britain - ...
Watching men in kilts tossing cabers, hammer throwing and competing in tug-of-wars was our day today. If you did not guess already, today we went to the Highland Games in Blackford. The weather was a perfect, sunny, clear sky however there was a breeze blowing off the snow capped highlands which made it quite cold at times.
The games were great fun and we were kept entertained watching not only ...
... London Government promptly crushed all displays of Highland culture. For years the Scottish peoples were “exported”, further damaging the Gaelic culture. But in 1852, with approval from Queen Victoria, the games resumed and ancient traditions began to return to Scottish life.
The games are held every year and include track ...
... ends the day we shall never speak of again. Are we really up to going to Edinburgh..?: We did our best to be as late for breakfast as possible on this morning. We made it though and enjoyed a full Scottish breakfast minus the black pudding! Noah again didn't eat much but was a good boy. The waitresses here were cute with their cute Scottish accents. A bit of a quick Skype to mum and dad (wood), and then back upstairs to call some bed and breakfasts ...
... times from down below and it was the WOW factor everytime we saw it. Keith, our awesome local guide, was a true scotsman kitted out in his kilt and he showed us the city sights and then took us on a walking tour of the castle. He was a walking history book, amazing! We than had free time to walk the royal mile and check out nearly every souvenier shop on the Royal Mile. We had dinner the first night in a local restaurant after walking thru Grey ...