Onslow Guest House
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... crazy making, but the payoff is seeing the landscape and going to remote spots. You don't want a big car either but we may have needed more than a compact. None of us wear a size small. Alex asked me for an almond and it ended up in Phils ear. We drove North to the Culloden battlefield site. It has a great visitors center explaining the events leading up to this last civil war with hand to hand combat between the Jacobite Scots and ...
... no time to stop in.
Glasgow University is awesome! We wandered the grounds and through a few buildings. Graduation ceremonies today. Fun to see some grads with there families (Gary actually took a photo for one family).
Drive-by's at Kelvingrove & the Botanic Gardens before heading back ...
We savored the warmth of the car for as long as we could, but the hours were getting later and storm getting worse - we were uncertain if our friends were going to show up. Braving the dark of the night we set off guided by headlamps into the forest in search of shelter...
"Wait till we crest this ridge, then the wind will properly knock us around," my friend described with that devious smile you only find in those that find life in adventure and a ...
... to catching up with Ron's friends, Ann and Martin, in Carlisle tomorrow and then it's the Lakes District.
Finally, before leaving Scotland we must mention the accent! When spoken broadly it's pretty incomprehensible! Conversations go something like:
Peter: "I'd like a flat white please"
Waiter: "Huh?" "Kun'ya rrrrrpet 'at plaise?"
Peter: "Huh?" " mmmm . . . a flat white????"
It only dawned on us then that we're as incomprehensible to them!!!
... or in Ally's case, more wine! Then once washed and packed we went down to breakfast. We had a choice of either the breakfast option (a large array of dishes) or a starter and a main off the a la carte menu. We both opted for the breakfast, Ally getting the eggs and Cat the pancake so we could compare. Apart from these rather rich and creamy sections of our breakfast we also received 'foul beans', fresh orange juice, tea and flat bread with some Arabic cream cheese. It was very tasty ...