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Travel Blogs from Dunoon
... down. Te stone walls were cold and damp and all the photos I took were clouded by swirling dust that couldn't be seen with the naked eye. More steps led outside and we found small narrow windows, for shooting arrows, and bigger, crumbling windows for other lookouts. Maybe it was the history of the place that I knew, but it felt old and special and deep. I loved it. I also loved that Nic and I were the only ones around, and ...
... hailed a car passing by and were told that it was just up the road - we couldn't miss it. After about another mile, we found it! We parked our bikes out front and went inside to discover that there were no patrons there.
Fortunately, they were actually serving dinner. We sat back with a pint and struck up conversation with the bartender. Interestingly enough, he had worked with the Navy nearby in Holy Loch, which apparently had a large, active base for ...
... laugh later or a learning experience for what I don't want.
At this rock formation, the sun came out and it got warm. Where I am staying now, in the Aberfeldy area, is the warmest I have experienced in Scotland this trip. I was wearing only ONE layer on the top and bottom!! For the the first time!!
But at the Praying Hands of Mary rock formation, I felt such peace, like I haven't felt in a long time. Stress cleared away, and I felt the light breeze as I looked ...
... at the thought of a
tarantula crawling around my pants. Spiders dead, suitcase packed I headed out
to the car only for wee lucy mcgovern to pop out a garden bush to send the Morrison
troops on their way to the airport! In true Momo style we arrived at the airport
with hundreds of time to spare and boarded the flight to Heathrow with ease.
Do you know what you canny beat in life? You canny beat an
aeroplane meal. I dunno ...
... Whole Island of Great Britain, that Glasgow was "the cleanest and beautifullest, and best built city in Britain, London excepted." At that time, the city's population numbered approximately 12,000, and was yet to undergo the ...