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Heading over to Ardrossan along the A71 from West Calder for the Cal Mac Ferry to Arran was a breeze. The road was quite as it was a Monday morning and the schools were still on holiday. The ferry over was around 50 minutes and we decided to go one way from Ardrossan to Brodick and come back on the small ferry from Lochranza to Kintyre. The …
... was a lovely sunny day and we enjoyed a yummy lunch in the cafe before looking around the grounds and thru the castle. Saturday night we found a nice Italian restaurant and all thoroughly enjoyed our feast.
Sunday we met Marna and we all enjoyed a walk along the beach before she showed us the area where they grew up. We then went onto visit Leo and Dot, Richard's Uncle & Aunt. It was great to catch up as it had ...
... take a holiday! Helen met me off the train at Ardrossan then we boarded the ferry for the 12.30 sailing. Met another friend on board who had just come back from Alicante where she was looking after her grandson. She was exhausted. I felt for her. Helen and I walked from the ferry to her house, so we are both exhausted now too. Going to have cauliflower and cheese for ...
... br> Hoody (the insulation)
Softshell (multi use jacket)
Pant (Waterproof Trouser)
stretch glove (the everyday glove)
Glove (the activity glove)
- Low Alpine 70litre rucksack
- Osprey Talon 22
- Osprey Flap Jack ...
... the rest of the evening relaxing and playing a few games of rummy tiles. We also taught Allan and Marjorie to play “Beggar thy neighbour”, a trump card game that we quite enjoy.
The following morning after breakfast, we drove into Brodick to get the latest updates on the ferry service back to the mainland. It had been very stormy the previous evening and there was a chance that the ferry wouldn’t run. The ferries were running but there were ...