Premier Inn Glasgow - Paisley
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... at the caravan with George & Rosi and thereafter with his second mum, Chris. On Sunday 9th June it's off to Calgary by way of Edinburgh and Heathrow. There we'll stay for two nights in order to assemble the bikes and look around Calgary. Thereafter, it's an 80 mile pedal to Banff. This is my first attempt at a blog, so hopefully things will improve as Annette & myself pedal on. Keep in touch ...
... a 777 so the seating configuration was 3/3/3 and we scored a three in the middle but just the two of us so had a bit of room to spread out. It was an 11 hour flight and I reckon I managed to sleep for at least eight or maybe even nine hours and Craig thinks he got between five and six hours.
We arrived in Hong Kong - gotta love this airport - everything is so calm, organized and efficient - Heathrow and Brisbane could learn so much. ...
... Next we got wet again on our way to Inveraray. This was a lovely village on the bank of a sea loch. We enjoyed half a pint in The George Inn which was a whiskey drinker's heaven with more choices than I have ever seen before. Next came Loch Lomond, but the tree lined A82 hides it’s great length from view. The last thirty miles into Glasgow were torture. The rain was torrential and it felt like ...
Today we leave Loch Ness. It is rainy with not much wind. The cloud cover is so low that I can barely see the shoreline across the lake at Loch Ness. Today is a "scenic drive day" and we can barely see anything. We aren't actually travelling that far, as far as our big drives for this trip go, but this drive takes forever!! Small windy roads, big trucks, bad weather ...
... br> Chorus.-My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here,
My heart's in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer;
Chasing the wild-deer, and following the roe,
My heart's in the Highlands, wherever I go.
Farewell to the mountains, high-cover'd with snow,
Farewell to the straths and green vallies below;
Farewell to the forests and wild-hanging woods,
Farewell to the torrents and loud-pouring floods.
Robert Burns (1789) ...