Barcaldine House Hotel
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Note: Each night where I haven't finished typing before going to sleep, I leave myself notes to help with typing up the rest when I get back to it. This time, the notes were so few and so blunt that looking at them you'd be able to tell at this stage that I was just about over it, as I was so sick and so tired! I still having a good time and appreciating it, but it's pretty evident I wasn't exactly the ...
... who advised us to try the Indian restaurant. My first Indian restaurant since the famed Ghandi, I was pleased to see awful blue Christmas lights on the wall as well as pathetic attempts at trying to make the restaurant seem more Christmassy. The food was great, with Will and I deciding to vary it up from our comfortable Indian orders. Both were delicious, especially the naan bread. The waiter consistently tried to upsize us, offering starters, popadoms and even trying to get us to ...
... another lane for those going all the way around. Crazy stuff, especially when the third lane doesn't exist on any of the entrances or exits, just on the roundabout itself. So I was very happy to escape the city and get back into the countryside. My car. I had asked for a Vauxhall Corsa (or equivalent as written in the fine print), what I got was a Skoda ****. That may not be the actual model name but it should be. This car looks like a truck has hit it from each end, it is ...
It's a belter of a morning - warm, sunny and stunningly clear. And at 7.30am, a sea eagle flies calmly past our chalet. I've never seen one before and certainly didn't expect to get as good a sighting as this as I was munching my breakfast.
There's a variety of different plans for today. Steve, Graham, Gwen, Jane and I are going to start walking up Ben Sgulaird on the Appin coast to the south of Onich, although not all of us are confident of getting to the top. ...
... and only had about a 10 minute wait before it came in sight. This was a much smaller ferry and the crossing was a little choppy and consequently we started to get wet up on the observation deck so we had to move down inside. This crossing also took about 20 minutes and we were soon disembarking on to Mull and before our eyes the lovely little village of Tobermory.
Whilst on the ferry we noticed that the front passenger tyre was a little flat, so we ...