The Fenwick Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 2km). With 30km to run with wet feet, but my feet and runners had been well and truly tested in the wet so I was confident that I wouldn't get any grief with my feet along the way. So the run was nice, but a little boring after awhile. No toilets on the route and no toilet signs directing me anywhere into any of the villages I ran through. This meant after about 14km I had to venture off the track down a gully and find a discreet place to ...
Today we took a 15 minute ferry ride from Strongford to Portaferry - a very quaint fishing village - this village is where Ross' great grandparents lived and he was most pleased to find his g/grandfather mentioned in one of the local historical society publications. We had a coffee and wander around before returning to Strongford to take the high road to Larne via Balbriggan where another charm was purchased. We had ...
... breakfast to wait around for, we were on the road by 6:30am, a cool, slightly cloudy morning. It was great riding down the traffic free lanes. The energy levels soon started to drop, so we had a stop and shared a malt loaf. The main road was deserted, so we opted to take the main road to get the miles ticked off. A few more miles on, at the next refueling stop, Kevin the end-to-ender who we met at the top ...
... that it was possible to hike the 11km from the north of the island back down to Yumani in the south in 3-4 hours in time for the boat back to Copacabana the same afternoon. The walk was difficult (mostly because of the high altitude, but in hindsight probably also because of the antibiotics we were taking), but picturesque and highly recommended. We had the path almost to ourselves the whole way. Just past halfway when we were flagging a little, we unexpectedly came ...
... and best of all, it’s free, a most important thing to most Scottish people. We had lunch at the bar and grill outside the building. Beware, they have the most insulting and surly way of dealing with strangers who don’t know what the what the foods in the Bain-Marie represent. Not a smile between both of them! Foolishly I asked for the steak sandwich, which I didn’t wan’t put in a roll. “It's a ...