Auchenlaich Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast
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Left Spean Bridge, raining today. Told this morning we had a 2.9 earth quake last night. Drove through very pretty mountains with waterfalls everywhere coming,out of the hills then onto flatter country and past Loch Lomond. Staying at Leapark Hotel in Greymouth. Went shopping at Kirkaldy while waiting to book into hotel. Dined at hotel ...
... train's whistle. It's almost time to leave. Ian positions himself on the railway bridge for photographs whilst I shoot a short video from ground level. In the distance is a great cloud of steam. A shrill whistle blows and a familiar chuggety chugg, chuggety chugg sound is heard. The large green engine emerges from the steam and before we know it, it has passed us by and is rattling off down the single track. See video below. We drive on through Grangemouth, a particularly ...
... chain. It enables us to visit Glenearn a delightful private garden you can wander around for a £4 donation in the honesty box. Gorgeous rhododendrons, old trees and views across the Firth. As we head on past Loch Fyne, we check out the view from Stop and Rest Awhile, and wander thro Ardingklas Wood and Garden with the tallest tree in Britain! Inverary, Killean Farmhouse b&b for a couple of ...
... 8217;t it? I have a feeling that last time I was wearing a woollen jumper with a lace collar neatly set over it. Sadly, I don’t have a pic of me in Glasgow from 1988, but I found one from when I was at Salisbury Cathedral which I’ve included so you can all appreciate the extreme lengths I went to in the colour coordination. This time in Glasgow, I followed up my smashed iPod at the Apple store, wandered the streets, did people-watching in the shopping strips, ate sushi ...
... the city. During the plague it got infested and spread disease so they filled it in and turned it into gardens that are there today and built the new part of the city on the other side of it You can see the difference in architecture either side of the gardens, old city and new city.
A bagpiper played the Aussi anthem and Waltsing matilda for me in the square!!