Globetrotters Hostel Glasgow
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... both the tomb and bones of Mungo, one of the founding monks in the early celtic church.
Lunch in the café of the museum of religious life, which was preparing to host a wedding. Members of the wedding party were actually eating in the cafe as well. Kilts are evidently normal wedding attire for grooms and goomsmen alike, but we have also seen men just walking around towns in kilts...starting to seem very commonplace!
... by then (there are only a handful of spaces). Parking is free between 6pm and 8am but paid at other times and I was worried that the parking cops would be just as ...
... William on the West Coast; to the Bunree Club site. Situated right on the water. But it’s drizzling. The drive here was again dazzling at every turn. This is BEAUTIFUL country. One particular turn led us to the site of the Commando Memorial, commemorating the commandos who died during and after WW2. What a setting, looking over the valley in which they trained, to the Highlands with Ben Nevis towering over everything. Lots of snow still around but not that ...
... in India and brought to Scotland by the immigrants. Two story homes are referred to as 'villas'. Many of the homes are built with beautiful pink sandstone which is locally mined in Scotland. We passed several beautiful golf courses including Turnberry, which overlooked the sea.
As seen on the local signage, "Haste Ye Back" or come back soon!
"Haste ye back"...come back ...
... a pleasant edging to the loch.
We stopped in Inverary fro 10 minutes. Long enough to capture a rather pleasing Scottish monument and another arched bridge, but no time to see the castle. A glimpse from the bus shows it to be set in well manicured lawns and very impressive with spiked turrets on each of four corner towers. It looks relatively modern maybe only 2- 300 years old. I did hear that as on Islay they cleared all the villagers out to ...