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... castle. The second disappointment was the Chief was away so John and Pat could not meet him. They did sign the special clan book, whereas Ron and I just got to sign the regular visitors book.
We retuned to Oban from Mull where we stayed over night. Again this is a lovely little seaport with little cafes, shops, etc. It is the ferry port for several of the islands. Now we move on to Speyside.
... the cave. I'm afraid I chickened out of going into the cave I find sheer drops & surging seas below a little intimidating but others went in & sang as you are supposed to do. We got back safely & then found out our roommate had also taken food & a torch in case we had been stranded there over night !!! 9/9/2014. Tuesday Today is Pilgrimage day. Geoff & I - because of our dodgy feet have decided to go on the short walk. It is only 3 miles ...
... need to know the night before because I prepare it a special way. I said, well I did tell you last night. She said, "Well I will try to make it now last minute. You know, I'm an expert on porridge."
So she goes in the kitchen and I keep hearing the microwave door open and shut over and over. Then she comes back and says, "You will just have to eat cereal instead. I can't get the porridge to come out good." And her cereals were not appealing. So I just said forget it and I ...
... of them!
Tom tried for some seal photos too. We visited Duart Castle which was
underwhelming at best! We are now on the road to the Corran ferry which
drops us into the 'vastness, the vastness'!' We have booked a nice
looking bed and breakfast for the night
The Isle of Mull is a tranquil and beautiful place. Many shops
operate on an honesty system which reflects the lifestyle here.
Beautiful, beautiful place. :-)
... a Benedictine monastery and nunery were etsablihed here in the 13 century (very cosy!) but they all fell into disuse during the Scotish Reformation. The ruins were restored in the 19 century and today it the home of a Christian Cummunity and is very popular with tourists. It is also home to loads of arty and alternative types.