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... it until we got to the falls.
It was so beautiful. We saw the first half of the waterfall first and that was impressive enough but then as we followed the path round it opened up into two really tall waterfalls. It was the most impressive waterfall we've seen here.
When we got back to the car we carried on down to Kildonan beach where mum had read that we could see lots of sea life around. We stopped and ate lunch on the rocks ...
... nice and toasty.
The couple who own the cottage had left some treats for us around the cottage. Mum's favourite is the apples that the man had picked from his apple tree in the garden. He had left us a fruit bowl full and said if we wanted anymore, we could help ourselves off the tree.
It was a relief to finally get settled in and we all quickly relaxed in our home away from home for the ...
... Back on track we went through the museum, the Auld Kirk, and the Brig 'o Doon (Bridge over the River Doon). We also wandered through the gardens of the Robbie Burns Monument. It was a sunny, warm day. Stopped further up the coast and watched the air show, that Vulcan bomber is huge and intimidating. Apparently they had to be refuelled 3 times in the air on the way to the ...
... so onto Booking.com where we found a pub right in the middle of town with a room available.
We rocked up and booked in, no problems - a good sized room, bath, but no shower (sorry Mary) and good meals downstairs. All done, question is, can I wake up at 4am to listen to Geelong v Adelaide for Johnno's (Stoksey's and Kelly's) final game?
... leaving MA had the bright idea to drive another 6 miles down to the light house Mull of Galloway. We were hit by a gale and she got soaked to the bone, I stayed in the car. I have to say, we had been very lucky with the weather up until that day. However, after a great dinner overlooking the harbor, we enjoyed a fantastic ...