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... the eye of tourists. The castle is now in the trust of the National Trust for Scotland. They have done a wonderful job of stabilizing the castle and it can now be toured by all. The castle tower and upper floors are still in good shape and the great rooms offer great views of the surrounding area. You can even access the roof to get a 360 degree view of the whole glen.
After walking back up/down/up/down the hills to get back to the car we head home to pack up for Edinburgh tomorrow. ...
... on a second summit, that sits higher than the clouds, adds to the effect. It's chilly and very windy, but we've come well prepared with lots of layers. Unlike many tourists up here in hot pants and flip flops!! I've been bitten by mosquitoes around my ankles at the Wainapanapa caves, and the ankle boots I'm wearing rub them and make them itch. Which will cause probs later. For now I put up with it. We take the car back down from the summit a short distance to ...
I made a quick trip over to Glasgow with five other gals for Desk Union's end of year work CHRISTMAS PARTY!
What: A 15 (more like 13 in the end due to closed down pubs/various dodgy areas) sub-crawl which is basically a pub-crawl but with the point of difference being you're on the subway which runs in a loop around the city. 15 stops. Find the closest bar to the stop and have a drink. Repeat.
We were all in our respective ...
One more thing that I should mention about this magnificent place. Check out BOTH gift shops. I made the mistake of waiting until I reached the bottom and that shop did not have the same items as the top- including the collectible spoons my future Mother-in-law collects. I was too tired to climb all the way back up to buy a spoon so I got her a magnet instead. Don't make the same mistake you souvenir hunters out there!
... detail plans for tomorrow with Kenny & Scott we bade them a fond farewell and switched our thoughts to our dinner.
Based on a chat with hotel reception we headed off in the opposite direction to last evening to find an appealing restaurant. Immediately obvious was heaps of people about on a Saturday evening (the opposite to Friday night) and we settled on an Italian restaurant in Argyle St and enjoyed a really nice dinner, served by an Aussie waitress.