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- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... collection of sculptures made from rocks, driftwood and tree branches, last thing you expect at a picturesque seaside village. Treated myself to some of the local and delicious Galloway ice cream. We decided to drive a little further along the coast to an old lighthouse at and then back to Barscobe to sort out our stuff and enjoy our last evening. ...
... of John Bulloch - Al found a Spiers name at the local museum. A beautiful lunch at a olde worlds pub and up to the lookout to get a beautiful view Of the city. We saw a wedding and a piper playing Al's "song" and then had a beautiful meal tea time at another pub One more tour around the town and back to Roberts boat club for coffee and drinks We left Robert and Jess very late and Al drove home one hour back to Ayr A fantastic and full day with some lovely Scots ...
Off early with a exciting drive through the windy roads of the Lake District. Discovered Sharyn not keen on narrow winding roads she was very quiet most of the way through the beautiful countryside. Stop off at the ancient ruins of Hadrian's wall amazing. Stopped at the Scottish boarder at Gretna Green then on to Ayr. Weather has turned wet but hopefully if forecast is correct warm weather will be back with us tomorrow ...