Ostan Loch Altan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the road from Bothwell, or Colebrook, down a winding road through high grassy hills - very impressive.
On our trip we agreed to have some meals from the supermarket deli, but once again we ended up at the pub. Mary had soup and a shrimp salad, I had chicken curry again. Maybe one day we will eat cheap and sensible. ....
BTW Marguerite, the b&b owner was lovely, but she was not Marguerite Bramble.
Tomorrow we go back to Dublin and drop off the car. Happy trails ...
Saturday was all about Lance and Tina's wedding. After a rainy start the weather lifted and sun was interspersed with cloud. Andrew had groomsman duties to do most of the morning, and Sarah did really well to organise herself and Blake ready for the church at 1.30 pm. Geoff and I enjoyed lots of Blake time. The wedding was beautiful - lots of gorgeous little flower girls, bridesmaids in cerise ...
... a huge cairn, at least 20ft high, which has the best views to the south. Someone spent a lot of time and trouble building the cairn, and it's difficult to imagine why!
After some time spent admiring the view, I return by virtually the same route, but this time using the rubble in preference to the bog in the troublesome middle section of the route. In contrast to the number of people on Errigal, I've hardly seen anyone all ...
... only that, but more children enter the bar. The only downside is we can't hear the music from where we sit at the front of the bar, as they are playing without amplification in the back. Elizabeth walks back just to see if there is a table closer and lo and behold there is an empty table beside the musicians! We stay till 11:30, the boys and us enjoying the music. More musicians continue to join the session. What started as a guitarist, accordion player ...
... built some seriously amazing relationships. I think people in the airport were kind of looking at us funny because we were all crying and hugging an stuff. But what was cool was that over the last day I got to tell people that I was in Ireland on a mission trip and that we went I build relationships with people which I wasn't allowed to do while I was there! Anyway, then we rode from Dublin to NYC which was the eternal flight. I slept a little hit ...