The Ceilidh Place
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Four of us stayed in the bunkhouse in a 4 bed dorm. Just right for a cheap overnight stop - top location, quiet and clean facilities. No frills, just what's needed. A top cheap stay!
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Day 11: November 11th
I woke up this morning in a rather uncomfortable position; with Harry face to face leaning over the top of me, yelling at me to get up. I got changed and the day had begun. We ventured out past the stone fence of the Lovat, and began our self-controlled tour of the Loch Ness. As we began we immediately saw one of ...
... to the Urquhart Castle. We didn't stop in, but we got some pictures from the loch.
So we head off and believe it or not the scenery is getting better. Where the east coast of Scotland has more rolling hills and valleys, the east coast is more ragged peaks and valleys. The heather is more pronounced here and the landscape more stark. You can see waterfalls coming down the mountain sides and there are many lochs and rivers as we go. We come across ...
Once more back on the coach and off to Loch Ness and the search for Nessie!!
Unfortunately during our cruise the elusive creature was no where to be seen.
After it was time to watch everyone jump in the Loch!
Which was freaking awesome.
After a quick dinner, Haggis stufffed Chicken!, we had a Trivia night before heading to bed.
... ones (500 million years ago) which resulted in a long running debate of how this occurred. This was in the 1880's and was controversial at the time. We did the 650 metre walk up and around the hillside and came upon various displays of rocks, hard work but worth it. South of Ullapool to Corrieshalloch Gorge which carries the river Droma down a series of thundering falls most dramatic being the 45m Falls of Measach ( meaning 'fall of the place of platters' being reference ...
On the road again. We have already travelled well over 1,000 miles and there are still many more to go. While Ullapool looks reasonably close in a straight line from Fort William we actually had to head east towards Inverness before heading north. This actually worked out well for us as the route took us along the beautiful north shore of Loch Ness. The sun was shining and ...