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... who live in caves and stay out of the way of humans. Ross explained that the locals near the fairy glen actually wrote to the tour company and asked that they not take unbelievers to see the glen, so, we all became believers, for a short time anyway. The fairies have to be pleased so it is tradition to take nothing, not a stick or rock, and to leave something. I had a mint wrapped in cellophane with the Air ...
... A few more stops for quick pictures, and for lunch in Fort William. Derry and I drove through there in 1972 or 1973, but nothing rang any bells at all for me. Nice lunch and the rain slowed to a drizzle so we strolled around the town a bit. One interesting thing Ross explained. The mountains over 3000 feet are called Monroes. During the 1930s, if I remember correctly, a fellow named Monroe climbed all the ...
... drive from Skye. We have a cosy room for this blowy night (although, since I started writing this before we went out for dinner, Scott has been especially disappointed by there being no hot water for a bath). We're all in the same room with the kids in a bunk bed beside us. Xavier made his way through the tray of complimentary biscuits, and insisted on Scott making him a herbal tea. I share his love of these small niceties. ...
... we had to get over a few small hills. But, now the wind was at our backs. What a joy! It practically pushed you up the climbs. We figured out that we had a 17 mph tailwind almost the entire way back to Portree, as we couldn't feel a bit of wind when we were moving at that pace. And, that was only on the inclines. We were cruising along on the flats and downhills and actually felt like true cyclists again.
The ride back to town took half the ...
... left the Uni on our seperate adventures. Note: sending stuff back home is ridiculously expensive. A short walk through Stirling and we were up at the castle where a new friend let us in free of charge and as it poured down rain we walked through. The castle had changed hands several times and had been used by multiple different lords throughout the past few centuries, but its still very much intact and they've put in an impressive museum. After a sweet ...
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