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... Minster to have a look. Well timed or not, we ended up sitting in on the Evensong. An amazing experience to sit in and take in the beautiful interior, organ and choir. Luckily the choir were the only singers, we weren't expected to. We then found a Sushi Train and enjoyed many! dishes before heading to the Travelodge for the night.
Saturday morning we headed up the road to Ayr and met up with Marna at Culzean ...
Kind of worked out how this blog works. I wanted an alternative to Facebook so I could send my travel notes to friends, but not be quite as visible as on Facebook. As I'm off work with stress, I didn't want everyone knowing I was away on a wee break to Arran, although it was on doctor's orders. "Do something different and get out of the house", she said. To me! Telling ...
warm weather, sports and water tee)
(multi use/smart if needed)
shirt (just cause you need too)
- Marmot Gorge outer
jacket (the waterproof)
... of cyclists on the way but I didn't envy some of the hill climbs they had to face. The camp site at Lochranza is classed as a quite site and the owners were extremely friendly. At £21 per night for and electric hook up it was well worth the money. Red deer roamed freely around the camp site and the adjoining 9 hole golf course. With the sun bouncing of the hills, the setting is breathtaking. Staying in the campsite ...
... either unoccupied or farmland. Arran was often described as “Scotland in miniature” and is known for some of its food products and especially its whisky. I particularly liked the rhubarb ginger jam from Arran Fine Foods which I ate whenever possible for the rest of our stay in Beith. Partway along our drive, we stopped at a small cheddar factory and bought some cheese from them. When we got back to the caravan, we all settled down for a hot cup of tea to warm up. ...