We are aproaching Mallaig
We are there long enough to have lunch and gather some munchies to eat for our long bus ride from Fort William
. Of course we get the strangest looks from the residents and other visitors. A lot of the passangers coming off these train were dressed in in these very odd clothes. There was a capes and witches hats and wands galore. The air was clear and so fresh. There was a habor full of fishing boats. There were seagulls purched everywhere waiting to snatch any bite that hit the ground. We head back to the train. On the way back to Fort William we are one of the groups that are in the private carriages on the way back to Fort William. This is a great way to travel, Minus all the ill behaved children who thought it was great to run up and down the walkways and climb the walls. Hello parents this is not place were you let your children run up free. These are only a few of the carriages left. Some children took it upon thierselves to do over $10,000 worth of damage to come and they are unrepairable. This is a priceless piece of theatrical history. So while the children were running around they knocked a door into our guides are and she injuired her elbow. So we make it back to Fort William and board our bus. And on of the other buses will not start. We take 2 of their passangers and Hit the road to Edinburgh, Scotland.