The Dower House
Travel Blogs from Muir of Ord
... it had bathrooms for each bedroom and a dishwasher and washing machine as well! Also it was in a very picturesque and peaceful location looking out onto large sheep paddocks and mountains.
Oh actually before we went to our accommodation we went to the pub of course and had a most excellent and large meal. Mark and I tried whisky sauce (from Naomi and Tim’s plates) which was delicious!
The next day, we ...
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# of times we did laundry: 4
#of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 26
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4 ...
Our road trip from London to Scotland was long. Getting to Edinburgh was exciting, we picked up Emma from the bus station and headed towards Fort William, in the Scottish Highlands.
The temperature was cold, there was snow on the hills and the rain wasn't letting up. Luckily we were troopers and didn't miss any opportunities, rain or shine. Stopping along the way in cute little towns, at various Lochs (means lake) and historical attractions made the ...
Doug has taken some photo shots of Inverness Castle.
We have driven around Loch Ness. No sign of the monster, today. Although, when the weather is dark, drizzling and gloomy, it is easy to imagine there could be something out there. We saw something dash across the road in front of the car at one stage, it could have been a fox or ...
The view across to the Orkney Isles was magnificent while the weather was beautiful; a couple of minutes and another squall stopped that. We aren't complaining about the weather, we grab photo opportunities while we can!
We had a cup of instant coffee and tea (Yes, instant cappuccino! The Scots are a canny mob!) in the nearby snack bar. A group of tractors ...