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Travel Blogs from Invergarry
... we missed the option of the steam train ( needs to be pre-booked) so took the local train. It actually runs on the same track and the views of the coastline were fantastic. The highlight of the trip was crossing the 21 arched Glenfinnan Viaduct ( a location made famous in the Harry Potter films). It obviously would have been very pleasant travelling on the steam train but still really ...
The clouds have lifted and although it is still overcast the rain has passed for the moment. It is pretty cold so we have finally unpacked the thermals, gloves and hats. The Isle of Skye is a 2 and half hour journey from Fort William through the mountain ranges. We passed by absolutely beautiful countryside which in winter would be snow covered. The numerous lochs, streams and waterfalls were present at every turn of the road as we twisted our way towards the coast. The ...
... s bond impersonation why Julie pops her head out from behind him. Ha ha ( see picture ) We then drive to Eilean Donan Castle.. Oh my. Beautiful, just beautiful! We took lots and lots pictures till we got what we thought was the perfect picture. We where lucky enough to have the sun pop out every once in a while. We then went to see a self guided tour of the castle and learn about its history . We ...
... also the waterproof pants and bring out the umbrella before leaving the car. I am glad we don't know anyone here! Mind you the rain is also not keeping other tourists away either. We had the choice of an audio guide or a person guide. We choose the Scotsman. He was unbelievably knowledgeable not only about the castle but the whole history of Scotland. His passion and story telling ability kept us listening intently but there are ...
... You can't romanticize the Celtic tribes once you've seen the world they lived on. (Or if you've seen Braveheart!)
The landscape here is mighty
rumbling in my chest like the organ's tallest pipes
singing its soft, mountain mother-hum.
The landscape here is birth
language I once lost
fear of the Lord begins here
and gratitude, and grace
Together we re-enter
the womb of pilgrim ...