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... brother Will, and his girlfriend Nina, we were lucky enough to be able to stay all together in a B + B that some of us had been at 5 years ago for a wedding. It was a bit like old home week arriving on the doorsteps of the ArdChoille B + B and being greeted by hosts Richard and Carol. Will had played golf with Ric******* the local Dunskey GC the last time here, and Gord was quick to get acquainted. The 3 ended up playing ...
My bag seemed
heavier than a week ago when I arrived in Edinburgh. Luckily I only had to carry
it across the road from the hotel and into Waverley Train Station to pick up
the car I had hired for the next 12 days.
The drive out
of Edinburgh proved interesting – going the wrong way in the car park; having
difficulty getting the car into reverse (to the left and up, not to the right
as I expected); the lights ...
... night. Whilst enjoying a cuppa before dinner the window decided to dislodge! So we were straight outside attempting to get it back in! The first attempt came out as soon as we walked inside but the second is still holding strong (hopefully it stays in overnight). We had a big pasta and dehy veggies cook up with a tomato curry sauce, which was pretty tasty! We bunked down for hopefully a nice warm nights sleep. Monday (6th) up early this morning! The window held in all night ...
Good morning Lord! So this morning I woke up and got ready. I didn't feel hungry which is strange. I always feel hungry and breakfast is my favourite meal. Anyways I packed the remaining clothes into my suitcase and then had breakfast. I had yoghurt with toast and tea. Before we came to Europe, I thought buying the breakfast was better than having it provided. Now, I think it's better to have it included. Unless there's a cheap cafe next door etc. We then ...
... to go and I was knackered! You'd think three brains were better than one, but we managed to make a few too many directional blunders and on one occasion unwittingly went round in a circle! We followed in Lance Armstrong's bicycle tracks across the Passage du Gois, a causeway flooded twice daily to the island of Noirmouter. Our rather ancient 1 : 800 000 map indicated a convenient ferry crossing from the tip of the island, but upon arrival we were told the ...