THE ENGLISH EYE VISITS SCOTLAND TO HUNT ‘THE REAL LOCH NESS MONSTER’
We explored all around Loch Ness, visited the tourist sites, went to the museums, cruised out onto the water, and theorised late into the night. As for Loch Ness itself, I hadn’t realised quite how much water it contains. Six rivers and countless streams drain into it, with the result that Loch Ness has more fresh water than all the lakes of England (and Wales) put together.
Amazing, and perhaps a pity that it’s such a long way to drive. Leaving Oxfordshire after an early breakfast we passed Gretna Green at lunchtime - then looked at the map, only to find we were just half-way to Inverness, the city at the far end of Loch Ness.
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