Dalgair House Hotel
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... some of my load to them. Having said that both Ed and Duff are yawning and are set for bed at 9.30pm. Tomorrow, more towpath as we track east towards Edinburgh.... It's a bit annoying to think we are doing all these miles without any progress south! Oh and the weather forecast....we have been so lucky with the dry weather. Tomorrow our luck is due to run ...
... baggage allowance.
Judith, Frances and I visited Farmston to inspect the new walled garden as it takes shape. We all agreed it's looking wonderful, with classically symmetrical lines.
Ps I entitled this 'through' to Perthshire because the Scots don't say ' I'm going over to Glasgow, but I'm going 'through' to Glasgow...quaint, ...
... to the property and later built a second residence within the grounds. By this time he was Sir George Bruce as we see from the letters SGB in the stonework at the top of the second building. It's an interesting visit and there are some beautifully preserved paintings on the wooden walls and ceilings. As the guide explains, it is a miracle that they have survived. Next we go on a guided town walk which includes a visit inside the town house and the bishop's study. We ...
... flight was to leave when I finally got a more official but very badly printed summary of my journey. At least I knew I definitely had a seat. Arriving at the tiny airport also had its own excitement: Kenya Airways (awesomely initalled as KQ) operates off a single laptop in Nampula and the boarding pass printing machine and the laptop weren't friends. We only got boarding passes about 10 minutes before the plane was due to leave which certainly added to the general tranquillity of ...
... got lost or into trouble and needed a hand.
The tour first stopped at a place named Pitlochary for breakfast and coffee. The view from this town is great. Just imagine sitting in a nice warm coffee lounge looking out the window to the mountains covered in snow. Amazing!! From there we drove through a few other smaller towns and then to Loch Ness where we spent about 1.5 hrs. From loch Ness we went to Glen Coe and then back to Edinburgh. Along the tour ...