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Hi all... Firstly, thanks for the site... Lots of pics and some good info.
We are coming to Scotland in March/April 2019... We would like to see a bit of snow and are not too worried about cold weather as we are coming from Queensland Australia...So we are always hot over here... So is this a good time for that???
We are doing a 16 day bus tour of England, Scotland and Ireland.... Then we have 4 weeks to ourselves... So we will spend a week in Glasgow catching up with my remaining family there...
Then we will head to Skye for a couple of days, and start our travels from there.... We would like to do some walks, but need easy type ones as i do have a relatively serious back injury and probably couldn't scale a mountain anymore... But also, would we be better hiring a car, or is the train and bus network a better idea???
Also do you think its better to stop at a central spot, say like Inverness for a few days and explore from there, then move to another central spot and repeat.....
Who knows i may want to stay there... I have only been back once in 1975, and we emigrated in 1969ish..
Any travelling advice greatly appreciated...
Im clan Cameron