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Urquhart Castle And Loch Ness, Isle

EXPLORING ISLE OF SKYE...

IN this post, it is all about Urquhart Castle and the famous Loch Ness in Scotland.  One of the Scotland's largest castles is Urquhart, it is a 500 years as a medieval fortress.  And the Loch Ness is one of the most famous lochs in Scotland, once upon a time it is immortalised by the Loch Ness Monster. 

Aaron stopped the car nearby and we went down for a nice long walk to admire the breathtaking and mesmerizing scenery.  On the way to the castle, we saw photographers taking pictures of a newly married couple with their faithful doggies.  This place is highly recommended, it is too good to be missed....

Yes, Scotland is about castles and lochs... 
everywhere we go, we see the greens, the blues and the greys... 
More pictures of us in the next post!



Comments

  1. Eh, why is the 1st sentence "exploring isle of skye"? if I am not mistaken this castle is not located on isle of skye. The castle transported the whole photo to olden days.

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  2. Wow, I love this castle! Could people peek inside?

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  3. The photos look like beautiful paintings, amazing! Did you see the monster?

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  4. Wow! I love this place and cracking my head now to plan my trip.

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  5. Loch Ness rings a bell in my head, I think I had read about this place in the news before

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  6. Your photos are beautiful. Look like paintings.

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  7. Now I recalled, it's about the monster at Loch Ness

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