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Travel Blogs from Gatehouse of Fleet
... much to be without internet access, even if it's just for Radio 4 or music, wi-fi access is a selling point for campsites.
... brought back memories of our trip to Italy on the bike last year.
Eventually went to bed, didn't had a great night sleep as my inflatable pillow must have a leak, need an alternative, might just take a pillow case stuffed with clothes next time. Sounded like it rained really hard all night but the noise is exaggerated in the tent so may have just been drizzling. Woke up by birdsong and rain in the morning, time to pack up ad go home.
... tent and made a dent into our provisions.After a while the rain stopped and we broke out the firepit, time to burn some logs! We had two bags provided when we got the firepit but Jill took the executive decision for me to walk back to the site office and carry another two bags back. As usual she knows my wood burning habits and we got through the majority no problem. It was still light-ish and we thoughtit was about 8:30, turns out it ...
... maker, Ian Cameron –
Smith. The garden is nestled behind the house and is greatly influenced by his
love of Japan. The peonies were amazing!
Too cold to
venture far, I discovered the Cocoa Bean Chocolate Factory, up a country lane.
Lovely hot chocolate and nut and berry slice, and filled with small children
due to the Wee Beanies Club activities.
Before a nana
nap, I wandered the ...
... me!). On to
Wigtown, Scotland’s designated Scotland’s National Booktown. Broccoli and stilton
soup made a very satisfying lunch in a small café/bookstore, ‘Glaisnock Café’.
I resisted to buy. Well just! Only one
purchase, a PD James novel from the local community shop for 50 pence!
Onto ’The Murray Arms Hotel’, in Gatehouse of Fleet, my base
for 2 nights.