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Got off the ship at about 9.30 and everything went smoothly. Taxi to airport. Luggage was about 2kg over but we got away with it. Flight left on time and landed early. Paul was working till 4pm but met us off the airport bus at Ferry Toll (Inverkeithing). ...
... the well in the courtyard and generally explored.
Loch Aard had awesome inflatables to climb up and jump/ slip off. Everyone got wetsuits and had lots of fun in such a beautiful setting. Pippa and I watched and I took photos. It was quite hot out of the water and a beautiful day.
We finished the day with a beautiful woodland walk and an icecream.
... to see anyway because of its position amongst the trees along the river. Our rafters seemed to struggle with our stroke timing, and we kept knocking each others' oars as we tried to paddle, but at least we only got stuck in the shallows once. And unlike the "pirate boat" that Calum and most of the other boys were on, we successfully made it down the final waterfall without getting stuck! The hardest part of the entire rafting adventure came at the end when we had ...
... castle is interesting but difficult to follow all the kings and queens with so many names the same, and then the merging with England under the one Monarchy, but we did enjoy roaming around the castle and it's grounds. They have tried to restore some of the interior and exterior to how they believe it would have looked in the 14th century. Rich and colourful tapestries and brightly coloured ceilings. Much more colourful than I imagined. And the ...
... that an elder was quoted as saying that he seemed to remember rain (for that's what they called it) once before when he was a youngster but it was so long ago that he thought he'd never see it again. This "rain" latest around 20 minutes and we have to say it was a welcome relief from the burning sun, which obviously returned once the cloud had passed. The hill over to Inveroran seemed longer than ever on the climb and, as this wasn't to be our overnight stop, we decided to head ...