Port Charlotte Hotel
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... that I saw his mum again.
Turns out she had come back to fins something.
She had come back to find me and to ask if I wanted to join them for lunch!Then we had tea. Which we have concluded is more of a habit
rather than a like-of-taste. I spent some time playing with the dog that came up to the
deck, before heading up and watching the sun fall between mountains and the
mainland come back into view. We ...
Today was walking day.And I don’t mean to the shop (ha, what shop.) but I mean to
the other side of the island.I’m in that really strange place at the moment where half of
the time I see the map in Aussie scale so I imagine distance to be a lot
further than it actually is. Which is going to be an issue when I get back.But yes, I walked around to the other side of Colonsay and
then had a short wait on some ...
... it still got heated up by hotplate and took forever.
Manners went straight out the window eating bolognese with two guys which was completely ok with me. And we just watched the football (soccer for people at home) and drank far too much tea for the rest of the night.
And talked and various other things you do when parents are out…that came out wrong but I’m leaving it there anyway.
... playing, and I just sat. I couldn’t type. I was expecting an ‘alright’
level of playing from a 15 year old. Not a world class level. I’m sorry Dad,
but he flogged you! And never before in my life have I opened up my email and
send an email directly to Ten Days on the Island. But I did. He was easily the
best player I have ever heard…and Peter. If you ever read this, know I’m ...
... Germany. I am meeting a lot of Germans this
trip! We talk for the bus trip and then went for a hot chocolate
when we arrived in Oban as I had a few hours to kill.And then I was on the boat to my Homeland. The boat trip
across from the mainland was amazing! So sunny and the views were just
incredible. I spent the good part of an hour on the front of the boat just
looking out, ...