After breakfast in the sun, watching people come and go at the services, we continued north. We had a campsite booked in Glencoe, but decided to head there via Loch Ness.
We stopped for lunch at a picnic area just before Inverness and were surprised to see the outside temperature gauge reading 33c! Scotland was experiencing a heatwave while England was being drenched with rain.
The Loch Ness visitor centre was interesting enough, with lots of information about the monster stories. We spent a little time by the Loch looking for Nessie ourselves, but no joy.
Finally we bid farewell to Loch Ness and headed for our first campsite of the trip, the Camping and Caravaning Club site at Glen Coe.
The campsite is in a lovely location and very clean. We settled in for a BBQ and a relax after our longest drives in the bus to date, she was running really sweet, but the lack of air con made for noisy, window open, driving.