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... the street with him leading us playing the bagpipes. It was about a 5min walk so not far. When we got to the place we watched a few performances by an amazing little dancer the it was our turn to get up and try a few of the dances. A lot of them were like the social dancing we did at postgate so were quite familiar. It was actually so much fun! They were partner dances and lots of jumping around. Each time we finished a dance we were sweating buckets and needed a ...
... There is a lovely garden inside and there were wonderful views over the town and harbour. Back to the guest house for lunch then we walked out to Dunollie Castle home of the McDougall Clan built in the 13th century. It was badly damaged during the Jacobites wars in the 1700s. The chief of the clan at the time built ...
... it was time to deal with the Downton Abbey one: Inverary Castle or the home of the "highland relatives". It's still occupied by the Duke and Duchess of Argyll so it is a working house with changing exhibits in the public rooms. Serendipity entered the picture again as the MacMillan Clan was from this area as well so we said a little goodbye to Grandma and Grandpa on the edge of the Loch underneath the Castle. Just a bit up the road ...
... down the road. Erin took some photos which I will attach to this blog. We continue to see lots of animals. Angus and Erin came across some speckled eggs on their walk at Croig. They weren't sure what type of bird they belonged to but they got out of there quickly in case it was an unhappy eagle!!!
It is strange, but I continue to be reminded of visits to Ambon /Indonesia when I was going up. The steepness of ...
... snack. We drove along the edge of Loch Fyne and past the famous Oyster restaurant where we had a wonderful lunch on our visit a couple of years ago. As we drew near to Glasgow airport we experienced some serious traffic jams which had us a bit worried as to whether or not we would get there in time but luckily the traffic cleared and all was well.
Another happy and successful trip comes to an end. Where shall we go next??