Kilcamb Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
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Sitting here in the hotel lobby free WIFI hotspot in Fort William after a lovely train trip yesterday then a little bit if a disaster- but more of that in the next blog. Here's a bit of catch up. On Saturday Wendy, Charlie and I walked from their home up to some local woods adjacent to the new hospital which conveniently had a Starbucks which even more conveniently ...
... was miss moneypenny. After checking into the hostel we went for a walk around and found some dinner at a local fish n chips shop. Oban is a fishing town so lots of good fish n chips around. After dinner we had a drink at the pub before heading back to the hostel to meet the group. We were going to a ceilidh for some traditional highland dancing and we were going to be walked to the place by a bagpiper. It was so cool! At 8:45 the piper met us at the hostel and we all ...
... it was time to deal with the Downton Abbey one: Inverary Castle or the home of the "highland relatives". It's still occupied by the Duke and Duchess of Argyll so it is a working house with changing exhibits in the public rooms. Serendipity entered the picture again as the MacMillan Clan was from this area as well so we said a little goodbye to Grandma and Grandpa on the edge of the Loch underneath the Castle. Just a bit up the road ...
... 10: Ferry Crossing at Ulva - A view taken from near the ferry crossing to Ulva.
#11: Ferry Sign - The directions to summon the ferry to cross over to Ulva.
#12: The Isle of Ulva - The ferry crossing on the Isle of Ulva.
#13: Ulva - Thatched Hut
#14: Eas Fors waterfalls on the Isle of Mull
#15: Eas Fors waterfalls - Water falls on the Isle of Mull.
#16: Eas Fors waterfalls - Water falls on the Isle of Mull.
... section. Round a corner by a genuine old glasshouse were the compost bins which attracted my attention; large scale, big enough to get well heated, but simply constructed. I was on my own enjoying my ramble when I encountered a large number of stone figures. They flanked a long avenue, 19 in all. I expected them to represent important people, but the first one held a watering can., the next had caught some fish, others had dogs jumping up at them and the women often ...