Impressive! Thanks for sharing.
Interesting to see lonely planet advertising the referendum as a tourist event. A friend recently likened it to 'putting metal in the microwave' - you know it will be dangerous and costly, but you still kind of want to see the explosive outcome!
They all do, but that's what marketing can do for you. all you need is a "monster".
Very true Alex but I do hope that the guidebook did a little more than rely on some marketing and PR for a mythical creature.
I would like to think that they might well have done some research of their own.
Or am I being naive?
I have obviously been to Loch Ness William and I am surprised that it always seems to feature highly in the list of places to visit by people coming to Scotland, The only reason for that that I can see is the monster myth.
Loch Ness could at best be described as "nice" but I live on Loch Lomondside and the scenery here on my doorstep would rival any in the world. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs can blow Loch Ness away. :o)
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