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I was wondering if anyone has some help for me, my daughter and I are planning a trip to Scotland on the 3rd to 11th of Sept 2018, we would like to see the main things below and of course all the wonders along the way, I am finding it a bit tricky to get the trip to flow, I am not really too keen on driving but may have to consider it say from Fort William where is is away from cities,
Isle of Skye - fairy pools
Inverness - Urquhart Castle, Loch ness
do the Jacobite train Fort william / mallaig
also see the Eilean Donan Castle, a bit a Outlander tour
Not sure if we should start in Glasgow spend a day there then head to Fort WIilliam, spend the night and do Jacobite train in the morning, then go to Eilean Donan Castle after the train, Head to Portree the next day and stay there go with a bus to the Fairy Pools and see Isle of Skye, then go and stay in Inverness and look around then see the Urquhart Castle, Loch ness, head back towards Edinburgh and stay there for a couple of days. I would be happy to catch public transport buses or trains to main parts, bus tour would be great too but I am trying to do it the cheapest way possible.