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... no bells for me. I had no memory of staying in a place with a harbour and a large ruined castle, and no memory of Arran just off the coastline. It was a bit sad and I was musing on my lost memories as I sat on the edge of a housing estate waiting for my bus when suddenly I recognised the house in which I had stayed, it is interesting how things come back to you. The other interesting thing about Dunure was that I saw an eider duck swimming just outside ...
Albeit that is by choice, but true nonetheless. Given the furthest I have travelled is to the USA, I’ve decided to take the opportunity to do a spot of travelling and see some of the world. I’m hopeful there will be some good stories ...
Leaving the cabin at Ayr, we drove to Greenock and met cousins Robert and Jess - lovely people. They had the whole day planned for us, driving us around in their little Kia bus - which was a break for Al, not having to drive. Robert is a volunteer tour guide and we got to see the beautiful city of Greenock and surrounding Gourock, We found Roberts Todd ancestor in a beautiful cemetery - We went to another very old cemetery and Sharyn found a tombstone with the ...
The drive to a Ayr was more than expected.
Ayr is the largest
of the Clyde Coast holiday towns, Ayr lies in the very centre of the
Firth of Clyde playground, 32 miles South-West of Glasgow, it looks out
glorious panorama of the Firth, with the majestic peaks of Arran in the
foreground and ...
... on this holiday.
We sat out on the top deck until our lunch, which Jenny had gone indoors to buy, nearly got blown away when she returned outside.
The 55 minute crossing passed by quickly, and soon we were docked at Ardrossan and back finally on the mainland again. We felt very sorry to be off the islands and rapidly heading away from the more remote areas of the west coast. Ardrossan was indeed a rude awakening, with loads ...