Kenmore & castle ruins – my Scotland trip comes to an end

Here we are, at the end of my Scotland trip. On the final afternoon, we explored Kenmore on Loch Tay and the ruins of Finlarig Castle in Killin. After exploring Killin and Loch Tay in the morning, we decided to…

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Killin & the Falls of Dochart

We’re almost at the end of my posts about my trip to Scotland; I think this is going to be the penultimate post!  On the last day of our holiday, we explored the town we were staying in, Killin. In…

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Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh

I have a bit of a thing for finding a high point in a city so that I can look over it, and get a good view of the whole city. When we went to Edinburgh in April, a trek up Arthur’s…

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Glen Coe – Scotland – The most beautiful place in the world?

One of the most stunning places I went to in Scotland, was somewhere we just stumbled upon; a beautiful, long stretch of road through Glen Coe. It is a Top Gear driving road if I ever saw one.  We came…

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Loch Ness & Urquhart Castle

I’ve wanted to go to Loch Ness since I was a little kid. The whole idea of ‘Nessy’ is something that captivated me since I was a kid.  The loch was a good three hours away from where we were…

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The Glenfiddich Distillery Tour

I must confess, I’m not a whiskey fan. I adore the smell of whiskey, but the taste? Nope. If it tasted the same as it smells, I would love it, but I’m not a fan of the burny taste.  My…

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Rainbows at Kilchurn Castle, Lochawe

Have you ever seen both ends of a rainbow? Neither had I until I went to Scotland.  In my post about Strone Hill & Oban, I mentioned how quickly the weather had been changing in the morning. In the afternoon we headed…

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