|Yeap, that’s Scott, in his awesome kilt|
Then we rushed through the Rob Roy country and the scenery was accompanied by interesting and atmospheric tales Scott so passionately told us. Scots are born storytellers and Scott surely is an incredibly talented one. We passed Stirling Castle in the distance, one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland, Glencoe, considered one of the most beautiful and spectacular places in Scotland, and Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, that shyly hid away from our eyes among the thick clouds.
… and the great views of the lake and the snow kissed mountains surrounding it.
The cruise lasted for almost an hour, and by the time it finished we actually had to go back to the bus, which didn’t really leave us any time to explore Fort Augustus. But that was ok, since the cruise was totally worth it, even if not fruitful from a monster point of view.
The whole day was dotted with short, quarter of an hour stops that had both the purpose of letting us stretch our legs as well as get close and personal with the beautiful scenery. The way back followed a different road, just as quiet as the one in the morning, but with different views.
Loch Laggan was incredibly beautiful, shimmering under the first rays of sun we were to see that day…