Eilean Donan, Loch Ness, and Inverness

We left the Isle of Skye and crossed the bridge to the most photographed castle in Scotland, Eilean Donan. And no wonder, it may be small, but quite beautiful.

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We had a wee tour.

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I found dragons!

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Then we were off to find Nessie in Loch Ness.

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And a quick stop to see Urquhart Castle before stopping for the night in Inverness.

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5 Comments

Filed under 2014 Ireland /Scotland Trip, 2014 The Keepers of Éire Trip

5 responses to “Eilean Donan, Loch Ness, and Inverness

  1. Jordan – Your trip becomes more awe inspiring with each of your postings. Are you ready to start your own tour company?

  2. Your photos give me a greater insight and appreciation for this enchanted land of mystic dragons.

  3. Hey, Jordan, my sister and her husband are on their way over there today and I told them to look out for dragons! Love your photos. I feel like I am experiencing your trip right along with you. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Outstanding tour via your photos. Thanks for sharing with us, Jordan.

  5. Love the wire dragon looking down at you.

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