Thursday, August 05, 2010

People sometimes drive too far in Scotland, and exhaust themselves

This is the climbing wall in the Ice Factor in Kinlochleven. Good for a rainy day just to go, have coffee and watch. Also they serve food very late in the evening, - no they don't anymore, I've just checked. Why do places need chefs to be on duty for a late snack? Microwave baked potatoes sound all right to me and even I can do that. 

We do get guests from Europe who find us by searching around the websites. They are all really nice. They tend to do too much driving very often. Petar and Jurgen did the right thing in staying in Skye. It is too far to go there and back in a day.  People do it, though. We always advise against it.

Advice on driving in Scotland. Several Scotland driving pages are linked to this

Hallo John,
We had wonderful holiday in Glencoe. The weather was not so bad. Sun and rain change very quickly, sometime it was very warm. 
Now we are on the Isle of Skye for one week and then we want to go for one week to Inverness and Loch Ness. 
The cottage was o.k. for us and we say thank you. 
Petar und J├╝rgen

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