Inverlea Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 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 ...
... like graduations, and recently went to Helsinki as an external examiner for a PhD there, resplendent in his kilt and academic gown. This lot seemed to be most of the male guests, not just the wedding party, all done up in their respective clan tartans, and at one stage as we sat peacefully in a tiny alcove of the bar lounge, we saw one old codger trotting through with bagpipes as big as he was. Sadly, we didn't hear him play although we could hear the applause after the speeches.
... ended, so we had the post-football crowd with us. It was a really fun atmosphere, and the food was just what we needed after another day of driving. Grandpa even ordered traditional bangers and mash (basically a brat and mashed potatoes - but so much more fun to say). Back at the hotel, we chatted some more and made plans for the next day. Later, Nikki and I hung out in our room, watching BBC in the ...
... and a necessity to get my gardener's finger nails clean again. An evening walk in Newton Stewart was put on hold as it was very wet and we stayed in instead and watched the Olympics. Didnt really know the Olympics were on at Mill Little, apart from Christine ringing a bell in unison with Big Ben and people across Great Britain at the opening of the games. Yesterday we pootled across to Carlisle to pick up Emma and Jade training up from ...
... cruised through the narrow Jura Sound for a very smooth 2 hour journey back to Kennacraig.
After a brief stop in Tarbert (and more reflections in the still waters) to purchase some fresh picnic lunch items we headed off along the shores of Loch Fyne with the idea of diverting along the way to see some of the Crinan Canal which links the Loch with the Jura Sound. At Ardrishaig where the canal begins off Loch Fyne, ...