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... buried in front of the altar, his heart, in a casket, was buried with her, hence the name. As it was only a ruin and it was pouring with rain, took a photo and had lunch before driving on along the shore of Sołway Firth. A really wet afternoon as we drove west. Stopped at a smokehouse to buy lots of food goodies before driving through Stranraer to camp at a farm. Ferry to Ireland ...
... courses he had played several years ago when he was on a golf tour with a group of friends. And not to forget the Dunvegan Pub, just up from the Old Course, where St Andrews golfers apparently like to go for a pint or 2 after their round. From St. Andrews we headed along the coast through Crail, a cute seaside town where we stopped for lunch and a walk, and on to our B+B in Edinburgh where we parked ourselves for a ...
Thursday (2nd) day before walk day. We packed all our belongings up ready for our prep walk to the train station near our accommodation. We realised that our bags are quite heavy but I'm sure we will manage. The bad news was that we got into leeds at 1pm ish and our bus didn't leave until 9:30! So we wasted as much time eating lunch so we didn't have to lug our packs around everywhere, tho we ended up wandering a fair bit out of boredom and getting the last minute essentials for ...
... was the bus that we needed to catch not train. We headed to the bus station across the one we caught to get to Edinburgh. Nadzha stopped a bus to confirm we were at the correct one. We laughed because she only realised after that it was headed to the CBD. We caught our bus and I fell asleep till we arrived in Glasgow. Thank you Lord! We got to see it even if it was a drive through. While we were waiting, Nadzha and I were discussing the minor but ...
... Dunskey Gardens and its tempting tea house ,while Judy and Lisa opted for the coastal views.
Back in town we had some time to putze around the litte shops. We met up with my aunt Mardy and family, who were leaving shortly, so we had a light lunch in the tea room with them before saying our goodbyes. Very nice.
Later I headed the other way for a walk.. south, towards Dunskey Castle which dates back to the 1500's and, ...