Lambeth Guest House
Travel Blogs from Bowmore
... go Federer...oh bugger !)
We chose to worship at the temple of Lagavulin ...not just because it is so picturesque...but D&S feel they have invested so much in this distillery over the years that they wanted to view the scene of the crime!
The sun is above the horizon for 17.5 hours a day just now, so waking up on a bright morning allows for a long day of exploring even when one is an owl. At 9 o'clock I am on the road west, Vivaldi playing cheerfully, between road verges whose green is topped by a froth of pinkish-brown grass heads and punctuated by white cow parsley and bright pink campion. Westwards means crossing the Rest and Be Thankful pass, the sole route round here to the ...
sat and watched an otter. I did this for what I could only guess was about 3
hours. I saw the Sloans drive up to have dinner, but I know they
came here as a family. They have been so kind to include me in so much, but
dinner on the final night? That was their time. Not mine.I sat and watched the otter for a little while more and then
saw the ferry approaching. This was it.Peter, Paul and ...
... the tide to go out. I was going to Oronsay, the tidal island just off the bottom
of Colonsay. As I was sitting on the rocks, the sun was shining (this was
about midday) and I could see other people coming from the house across the
beach directly towards me.But they were walking so slowly and I was so hot, that it
looked like a mirage. I couldn’t place whether I was looking at something real
... lounge and patio with the dogs. So about 4 meters apart.
I got asked if I wanted to stay in the UK, and I said it would be amazing to get a Green Card to live here. But I also mentioned my three options to stay. For you at home they are: job sponsorship, pregnancy (not ideal and running out of 9 months) or marriage.
So I went to say "well I would either need to get a job that would require me to move here or-“