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There might be a monster in there.
sadly it didn't and i was stuck here overnight!
In a nutshell
The most lucrative monster on the planet
The night we've spent at the shore of Loch Ness lake was heavilly rainy and windy. It was a real storm. I even had a though about that monster Nessie when I woke up several times in the night because the storm was too loud;-) But nothing bad has happened. Everything was the same and we even found the key from the shower which we left outside on the wooden table. The morning was windy, but sunny. A nice start of the day in the fantastic place!
Updated Sep 15, 2005
Swimming in the loch is a no-no. Not because the average hungry plesiosaur enjoys human flesh, but because the sides of the loch are steep, so even quite close to the shore the water is very cold and hypothermia soon strikes. Then you will drown and die not knowing if Nessie is real after all.
Written Jul 11, 2003
Luggage and bags: We had a lot of packing to do - babies don't travel lightly, nor to Kilts and Bridal Wear!! It took four cars to transport all we needed for a Wedding Weekend plus another two cars for the return journey to Elgin. Don't dismay if you visit this Mysterious place just bring your camera and lots of patience just in case you are on a Nessy Hunt!
Photo Equipment: We were occupied by family photos but the views of the loch and the sailing trips should keep you occupied so bring plenty of camera chips or film
Updated Jan 9, 2009