Fairfield House Hotel
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... I have spent my time in Ayr just chilling out. I have been sleeping late and going to bed early (unheard of for me as I am usually awake at around 5.00am), I haven't done a lot and I am feeling much recovered.
One of my days was spent exploring the town. I walked down the river side as far as I could get (almost to the sea) and then cut into the town centre. The river is quite wide and very fast flowing and there is a large weir near the town ...
... but I thought if I can eat crickets and pig brain, I can get through a bit of tongue. Not bad actually, kind of like corned beef in look and taste. After meeting the family we went back to the Greenock Cemetery with some flowers to put on Dad's grave and then on to Glasgow airport for the flight back to Stansted. England Saturday 16 August Leaving today and always hard to say goodbye to mum. 91 and still trucking on. Next stop Singapore after a long flight via ...
... and nationalism. You can be patriotic without the need for an independent nation.
Back on the ship, I was finishing up dinner as the ship was about to pull out of the port when a bagpipe & drum band in plaid kilts started playing and marched up and down. Their mascot was a guy in a giant inflatable costume of a red haired character wearing a kilt. He did this funny little jig to the music and would freeze whenever the music stopped ...
On our last full day of this Scotland adventure we travelled to Glasgow, but first had to drop off our motor home to its rightful owners. The motor home was superb and Gail and I would gladly do it all again. It was very sad to take the motor home back and I must say the thought of driving it back to Derby and keeping it crossed our minds more than once. Sadly, the motor home had a tracking device on it so we would not get very far ...
... of stations. Beautiful scenery on the way to Larne. In two places the roughest rail lines either of us has ever experienced. What a waste of great train. I reckon they will be shaken to pieces before long.
P&O fast ferry to Troon in Scotland. A huge cat, possibly built by Ocean Fast in Fremantle? Fast? Not at all. I overheard one guy talking about the speed and he said we only did 22 knots. We’d sailed at 25 on Rotterdam, a 60,000 ton ...