White Heather Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Morning: -Woke up to leave by 7am, drove to Fort William for fuel and food. -Drove to town on Loch Ness called Drumnadrochit, where we stopped to look at Urquhart Castle, which overlooks Loch Ness -Had a bit of trouble getting out of the snow covered car park, and Imants and Sophie starting getting nervous about pushing on. -Loch Ness Inn for a coffee and 'discussion' about weather to keep going or ...
After our night in Inverness, we drove south down Loch Ness and then west toward the Isle of Skye. There will be several folk and faerie references and stories in this post, because that's what the Isle of Skye is all about, and the first one starts now! We drove past 5 mountains call the Five Sisters. The story says that there once was a clan chief with 6 beautiful daughters, who he was very protective of. One day, an Irishman heard of the daughters' beauty ...
Today was a whole day to explore the Isle of Skye. We started with a flying visit (45 minute) to Portree for a supermarket and supplies stop. (There's no supermarket or shops in or accessible from Kyleakin). I took the opportunity to go to the outdoor store, which offers a discount to MacBackpacker tours, to buy a half decent waterproof jacket. On to The Old Man of Storr, a rock formation in the Trotternish Ridge. The aim was to ...
Bucklebury is a small sleepy village in West Berkshire, England with a population of 2,066. It may be a mere 45 minute drive from London but with its scenic views, country lanes, oak trees and farmland it could be a world ...
... keys in an envelope! Wohooo, we're not homeless or wasting money! Since we were cooped up in a bus or sitting for the day, we decided to check out the local bar. We went in to grab a drink and the Scottish aren't like the Irish where they have no problem striking up a conversation. Oh well, it was at least nice not sitting in a bus! After a beer, we headed back because we wanted to get up early to plan our adventures on Loch ...