Burnhouse Manor Hotel
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... We got in, Lyle was driving, and I navigated him to Balloch, which is the town at the base of Loch Lomond. We thought we'd stop there and get our bearings, before finding a place to stay for the night. We found a fish and chip shop in town, where Lyle and I got some ****** burgers, Darren got a piece of fish bigger than his head, and we got a waitress who really didn't like her job! We flicked through our brochures for a ...
Day minus 1. And so the waiting and the preparation is nearly over. The Magic Bus has been readied for the Scandinavian Odyssey, the wardrobe packed with clothes suitable for all possible weathers (and if 'spring' in Scotland this year is any guide we'll probably need them all), the larder stocked with the ingredients suitable for fine dining alfresco-style (tins of frankfurters, baked beans, spam, A&B Roll, and ...
... had a rough block of wood attached behind the saddle and I bashed my leg on it as I dismounted. I cursed to myself, withdrew the necessary cash, and got back on the bike, inexplicably bashing my leg off the block of wood for the second time in little over 45 seconds. I powered back through the frustrating quantities of sand. We had ten minutes to make our boat and the horse and cart we had booked hadn't turned up at the appointed time.
... the fast way. But I didn’t bargain for how fast it was! The rocks looked dry and secure but turned out to be neither. Down I went. I think I knocked the wind out of myself as I remember thinking, that really hurts and wondered how far I would skid on my bottom. I did stop before I hit the beach and was thankful that I was wearing pants and not shorts. Ach, well, after a few swigs of water, a dousing of my arm and leg in the stinging sea water, I decided I would live to hike ...
... in Queensferry overlooking the Forth Road Bridge with his wife Eva and their son Jack. On the way we divert to Stirling, as I want to show Lauren Stirling Castle and the Stirling Monument – these landmarks have great significance in Scottish history, as basically Stirling is located at the entry to the Highlands, and right between the West and East coasts – Edinburgh may be the political capital of Scotland, but Stirling was the military ...