Bay Caledonian Hotel
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5/9/2014. Friday We have just reached Oban. This is a very pretty little town. We left the hotel rather earlier than needed- that's me being anxious to not miss the train! We had to sit at the station & watch the board saying which trains were going for ...
... town. She said there were none in that direction, but there was one at Morrison's supermarket which wasn't too far away. She gave us the directions, and I put the location in the gps, We found it pretty easily. The pumps with the black handles have diesel in them. We could tell from a distance that we had the right pump. Philip filled up the tank and paid afterwards--more trusting than anyone at home is.
... stay out of the water. Who knew there were jellyfish this far inland?
Cold temperature and jellyfish aside, the setting was gorgeous and incredibly serene. For most of the trip, the only disturbance on the water emanated from the front of the canoe and it was difficult to tell where the mountains ended and where their reflections on the water began. We stopped paddling briefly to soak it all in, and then turned back for the ...
... while gazing around and soaking up its beauty. As we started to climb away from the Loch the highlands loomed around us, just amazing :-) It started to rain so a few of us headed off the a quick coffee, but on arrival the smell of bacon was too hard to resist and besides it had been a while since breakfast!! Bacon rolls and coffee consumed we climbed and climbed. The hills are certainly more manageable ...
... mountain sides reminds me much of Southcentral Alaska.
Brits are fantastic walkers and have the system down. They hire baggage transfer services and discard all baggage. They don a waterproof zippered map case that they wear around their neck and charge off high speed. We couldn't keep up with a 70-year old fellow who was gleefully doing 18-mile days.
SCOTTISH FOOD: We've been opting for ...