Glen Coe and Inverlochy.

Two of the stops we had on the bus tour were gorgeous, but there’s not a ton to tell you about them. So I decided to combine them into one post (and to make up for missing yesterday).

First up is Glen Coe. It’s had been the homelands of a clan, but I don’t think that’s the case anymore. It’s gorgeous though. With the sun shining the way it was on this day, the Glen is beautiful and welcoming. When Rambo and I drove through the Glen a few months later, it was overcast and rainy. The Glen was haunting and cold. I love that the same place can give off such different feelings.

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We watched the rain come in on one of the hills off to the side, this was my first glance at the haunting feeling of the Glen.
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Second up is Inverlochy Castle. It’s not as majestic as other castles….cause it lay in ruins. It was kinda somber wandering around the ruins of a castle in the rain. I wonder what happened to the people that used to live there.

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There were a few other stops on the bus tour, but I’ll leave those to your tour guide to show you! I had a great time on the bus tour, and I’m defo going to make Rambo book us on one of their other tours when I get back to Scotland.

Have you been to Glen Coe or Inverlochy before? What did you think?

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