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Travel Blogs from Glendaruel
... electrician open on a Sunday!
Forgot to say I've tasted haggis whilst here and enjoyed it.
Also tasted clootie dumpling.
Leaving Dunoon having met 3/4 of the family so a great trip.
Bags need to be repacked, off on the ferry tomorrow morning to Glasgow
... a long sea inlet not a freshwater lake, and they are renowned for their oysters, which of course go down better with a glass of champagne. So what's a girl to do? Geoff and Jo joined us, and between us, apart from the oysters, we had chowder, scallops, squid, 3 types of smoked salmon, lemon sole and salmon fishcakes. Not a bad effort! We also bought a few goodies from the deli on site.
... 3 chicks. Now that the young birds are learning to hunt for themselves the mother has returned to Northern Africa, and the rest of the family are expected to follow her shortly, before (hopefully) returning to the same spot to breed again next year. We were lucky enough to spot one of the ospreys - a beautiful bird of prey which has a wingspan of 5 feet!
On our walk back to ...
... and got a couple of loads of washing underway and out on the line too. When Grant arrived we piled into two cars and headed up to Balmaha, which for those of you not in the know is on the banks of Loch Lomond. We had an absolutely delicious meal in the Oak Tree - check the photos.
Grant had a few jobs to do so he headed off after lunch while Mum and Linda came with us and we took a drive up to Rowardennan. While heading back to get the ...
... was mediocre the waitress was a gem - she was thrilled on my behalf to discover my deal included the full breakfast - "thats everything yee know? everything!". Her enthusiasm paled somewhat when confronted by two scandinavian walkers who couldn't comprehend that the continental breakfast they had purchased didn't include boiled eggs or that what was in the coffee pot actually was coffee.
After a very enteraining ...