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Largely a rest and admin day today. In the afternoon Ray hosted Michael and I for 18 holes at the Helensburgh Golf Course, where Ray is a member. It was a short course but had great views over the Clyde River. The weather was again spectacular - we were in our shirt sleeves walking around at 7pm. Happily, I rarely strayed off the fairways and played a few strokes better than handicap. Robyn and Loren went shopping near Loch Lomond and joined us for drinks at the club around ...
Hamburg to Heathrow, A320 seating 3x3. We circled London and had a great view of the city out the plane's window. Heathrow is a zoo! I don't think I've seen so many people at an airport before. Long queues everywhere: I couldn't help but compare it to Changi Airport where extra service staff magically appear whenever there looks to be a queue of more then a few people forming, After a two-hour connection, A321 to Glasgow arriving at ...
... America, and Asia and Russia.Well I don’t blame the last one, that just happens in
Hostels.Then Terry came back, and as I promised her before, I showed
her Couchsurfing. (And from the feedback I got from her today, I have saved her
hundreds and made her a very happy girl! Go me!)After that, I went to sleep. As most do at 11pm. Lisa xo
... I give the UK 8/10 for such a comprehensive bike track network but 2/10 for a very poor public toilet network. I started the run at 9am which was good practice for my marathon that starts at 8 am - nutrition is difficult to manage for me at that time of day (I don't eat before I run) so it was a good test. Needless to say I was very hungry by the end of the run. Arriving back at Rachael's I was well and truly ready for a shower, feed and sleep. ...
... knuckled excursion through each small fishing town we passed, with Loch Long on one side and parked cars on the other. We made it to Blairmore, where we planned to stay for the night at the Duncreggan House, without incident.
We received a warm welcome at the Duncreggan House with tea and scones by the owner, Mick, a former Labour Party MP and genuine character with a very English, dry, self-deprecating sense of humor. Since we had already had enough ...