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Travel Blogs from Lochranza
... electrician open on a Sunday!
Forgot to say I've tasted haggis whilst here and enjoyed it.
Also tasted clootie dumpling.
Leaving Dunoon having met 3/4 of the family so a great trip.
Bags need to be repacked, off on the ferry tomorrow morning to Glasgow
... the Anchorage. Went up to the highest point in Innellan at the Golf Course and saw right over the entire clyde. Saw the family home where my cousins were brought up "Woodward" and a seat has been placed in front of the house in memory of my aunt and uncle. Went to see the headstones of my nana and grandad watt.
A day of family history I won't bore you all ...
... for us to take the requisite photos, then we carried on, as we had a lunch date!
Charlie and I well remember a fantastic lunch we had with Karen and Graham at Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, when we stayed with them in Edinburgh in 1992! We were really chuffed to be able to return there this time. The restaurant itself is in a converted byre, and they specialise in locally farmed seafood. Loch Fyne ...
... a number of lochs on the way. We did a circuit down to the Heads of Ayr, and got all the way down to Culzean Castle, the Scottish National Trust's flagship property, only to find we had arrived 5 minutes before it was to close for the day at 4pm! We bypassed Ayr and took the coast road northwards.
Now that we have got into Scotland, there are relatively few Britstops around. ...
... Mull of Kintyre (we learned yesterday that the "Mull" of an island is the end, the point) but it was by now after 10am, and Gray was starting to fret – and was going to fret a whole lot more, because our fuel was getting low, we didn’t bother to fill in Campbeltown and soon learned that there was no fuel all the way to Lochgilphead by which time our reserve light was flashing madly.
However, before Lochgilphead, we had an ...