Ok, I know it’s been ages since my last post but I’ve been busy. All sorts of stuff going on. I’ve been to visit Auntie Dave and Uncle Lesley and everything.
Anyway, where were we?
I was telling you about the Highlands.
Well, after we were finished in Skye we jumped back in the van and headed back onto the mainland. We stopped at a big castle so Him and Little could take some pics. I don’t see what the fuss was about personally, no rabbits or anything.
We didn’t even get to go to the pub because it was closed (I went to the pub with Him the other day. It was such fun I had to tell everybody there what fun I was having. For some reason Him decided that they didn’t want to hear about how much fun I was having so he took me home. Miserable git!)
So, after that we carried on to Loch Ness. Did you know there’s a monster that lives in Loch Ness? She’s called Nessie. We tried to spot her while we were having breakfast but she didn’t come out to play.
After a hearty breakfast (AND I found some rabbits that Nessie hadn’t spotted so I chased them too) we moved on.
A quick stop in Inverness and we headed north to the top of the world.
It really is the top of the world you know.
I checked. You couldn’t go any further or you’d fall off the edge.
We sent some postcards home (just in case we fell off the edge and didn’t make it back) then we carried on round the top.
We stopped for some lunch by a lighthouse. Little showed me an island we could see called Orkney. Him said we could see The Old Man of Hoy. I said that he was an Old Man of Somethingorother and me and Little laughed. A lot!
This was our last night so we carried on to a lovely spot by a beach. Him and Little built towers out of stones to see who could build the tallest one. little one of course. She’s paaaawesoooome!
I had a dig around and chased seagulls and stuff. It was great fun but I did get a bit covered in sand. Him and Little thought it was really funny.
So that was that. Our last night in the Highlands of Scotland. On the way back to take Little home we stopped at Bannockburn and saw where there was a big battle between the English army and someone called Bruce who I guess was Australian.
I’ve got more exciting things coming up so I’ll tell you all about them soon.