Glenbrittle, Invermoriston, Fort Augustus – Highlands, Scotland
On our second last day in Scotland we leave the Isle of Skye and make our way down to Inverness. First stop: Invermoriston and its gorgeous bridge, about 6 miles north of Fort Augustus. It’s a Thomas Telford monument built in 1813 to cross the spectacular Moriston Falls.
In the car park we have an *almost meet* with 2 other campers but only one of them returns while we’re still there. He’s from the Isle of Skye [yay] and having spent the week in England he’s on his way back home. We compare notes on DIY camper conversions, T4s v T5s, curtain rails [what else ^_^] and long wheel bases [ours is, his isn’t] before going our separate ways.
At lunchtime we manage to find a gorgeous & secluded place in the middle of a massive forest and park up for some more rest, some quick food & a well deserved cuppa.
One more stop before we bed down near Inverness: Fort Augustus and its locks on the Caledonian canal. We spend the majority of our time in the one and only internet cafe there trying to get a decent enough WiFi connection to find our final campsite. Which wasn’t great. But more about that next time ^_^