Drumnadrochit (Scotland) Reviews
Description:A beautiful and welcoming village which is home to the Loch Ness Monster.
Newest Review: ... pipes stirring the air as only bagpipes can. The Glenurquart Highland Games take place on the last saturday in August and attract competitors from all over Scotland. Everywhere surrounding the village were baskets and tubs of massed flowers. We saw this all over the Highlands even beside isolated roads and on tiny garage forecourts. There are 2 Loch Ness exhibitions and the largest is ... more
Customer Drumnadrochit (Scotland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/04/03, updated on 14/04/03 (Very useful, 276 readings)
I stopped travelling after a traumatic time in my life left me without confidence. The woman who loved motoring and would leap into her car and bomb off for 100 miles for no reason other than she felt like it, was now anxious if a new roundabout had been constructed a few miles down the road. I solved this problem by just not going anywhere. For some reason this didn't apply if I were visiting my stepson 200 miles away or flying to Florida where my brother in law was waiting for me in his home. Clearly I needed the comfort of loved ones waiting for me. The occasion to put this right arose 3 or 4 years ago when my best friend Wyn was grumbling that ... Read the complete review
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