The Heugh Hotel
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... Point. I was looking for a place to stay overnight. Instead, I found a lighthouse. For me, the highlight of the day came right at the end of the day. This came in the form of Dunnottar Castle. Wow what a place.
The castle is perched on a peninsula which juts out into the sea. It really is a clever place to put a castle. In the fading light I walked down to explore it and the lovely beach and cliffs around. A perfect end to a brilliant ...
... weather forecasters weren’t lying again. Northeast Scotland is mostly a gentle landscape of forest and fields in gently undulating but not dramatic terrain. That’s perfect for fat cattle that produce fine Scottish beef and milk for cheese and for the oats that go into porridge and haggis and the barley that gets malted for whisky. It’s a very pretty landscape overall – even in the rain.
Roberta made a stop at the ground at Fyvie Castle to show it ...
... the morning and a drive inland in the afternoon. We walked to the Dunnnotar woods and then the castle. The wildflowers here are in full bloom and just lovely, and the castle has an amazing position by the water. There are cliffs and bays in each direction. Very picturesque.
Found a campsite and the rain held off for the rest of the weekend.
We headed to The Games on the Saturday and met some of the Hay Chiefs
During the Games I couldn't resist the Drum Major so just had to have a photo of him as a reminder. As you know ladies, we LOVE a man in ...
Today started off a bit rocky, and ended a bit rocky.
Somehow my Eurail pass decided to ship itself back to Ireland, so I was in a bit of panic, thinking I'd be unable to take trains throughout Germany, Italy and France. :( Turns out, they made a mistake with the shipping address (and I'll hopefully get a full refund), but just have to buy another one in Germany, which hopefully ...