Travel Blogs from Dunoon
... explore the books and crannies, with only the rain to keep is company. It was hard to leave, but the chill brought on by my drenched clothing eventually persuaded me. We walked back and after a quick change of clothes headed out to collect things for tea. We made an asparagus quiche with mashed potatoes and some vegetables we picked from Richards impressive vegetable garden. It was complemented by French wine and kiwi ...
... He ended up sitting down with us as we ate dinner to swap travel and military stories. We finished eating and got back on our bikes - with full bellies - so that we could get back before it got dark. We rode back down the main road, appropriately named "Midge Lane" (midges = mosquitoes), and settled in at Duncreggan for the night.
At the end of the day, we had canoed 7 miles and biked about 10 miles. All we were missing was a run for our triathlon debut!
... the scenery of the glen. This place is a special place for me.
I had my little tripod with me, so I took a few pics with me in front of the formation. After a couple hours of enjoying the peace there, I walked back. I was tired and it was a long walk back. I was starving. When I finally arrived back to the car, I feasted on my PB&H sandwiches, chips, granola chocolatey bars, cookies, candy. Yummy.
Then I drove up the glen further. I came across more ...
... 8217;s because I’m always starving when I have an
aeroplane meal but I absolutely love them. Forget your takeaways and your dates
in fancy restaurants, get me a Thomas
cook or BA aeroplane meal for 1 and I’ll be happy as larry! The same old herby
sausage and scrambled egg they offer you on every flight goes down a treat and
this time was no exception.
Once in Heathrow we were escorted to our connecting ...
... changes to the city's economy and urban fabric, brought about by the influences of the Scottish Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution.
After the Acts of Union in 1707, Scotland gained trading access to the vast markets of the ...