The Aultguish Inn
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... Heather told us stories of the area and of where we were going. I also did some reading and listened to my ipod. The first stop of the day was at a place called Callander. This was just to get some lunch, as we may not have time at Loch ness. It was also a chance to go to the toilet and to wander around. Back on the bus and we continued on. The next stop was at a loch, just for a quick picture stop, but it was a beautiful area. Over the next several hours we stopped at 2 different ...
... it than Lochinver or Kinlochbervie, including a ferry to Stornoway. We spent a couple of hours ashore in the in uncharacteristically warm weather and saw all there was to see except we didn't have time to check out the museum. The local pub even had Doom Bar, all the way from Cornwall. Home from home
We are on a real winner with this BnB. This mornings breakfast was fantastic and we got our first taste of porridge in Scotland! It needed a bit of salt though and Bruce Christie, you'll be happy to know it wasn't as good as yours!Today we did the tour that takes you from Oban by ferry to the Isle of Mull, across the island by bus and another ferry over to Iona, where you spend a couple of hours before doing the whole thing in reverse. We initially wanted ...
... and they would be obvious in records because of their non highland names (nearly everyone here is a McKenzie), they are almost invisible, not written about at all. They were “incomers” and maybe many left before being really accepted. I notice collie dogs for sale up here, as toys and doorstops, and what are they - “border collies” of course, dear little intelligent black and white ones like Alex Matheson’s Snow.
... and the Exhibition Centre we were visiting gets many visitors every day.
When we came out of the visitors' centre we had a look round the nearby souvenir shops and sat out in the sun with a refreshing cold drink. Then we boarded the bus for the return journey to the ship, via Inverness.
When we arrived back at Invergordon, the tide had come in and the Marco Polo had risen in the water. They were therefore ...