Travel Blogs from West Kilbride
Today was our first full day in Toward. Being Scotland, it was grey and cold enough to wear jeans. We were told it had been beautiful up until a couple of days ago, and that the biggest rule in Scotland was to always bring rain jackets (dad, this is like one of ur number one rules!) After a quick breakfast and some time to fuss over the cats and talk about Shiraz, we headed out to the lighthouse which was a ...
Greetings from The Isle Of Skye! Today has been my biggest adventure ever starting with David and Jo taking me to Gatwick and me being here now in a hostel on Skye. The trip here from Glasgow was amazing, the scenery the best I've ever seen anywhere. I really can't find words to describe it, so green, so lush and so peaceful. I do believe that this is the best place ...
... our vows to not drink too much and signing along to Runrig, Bay City Rollers and Andy Stewart. Brought back memories of a similar evening in Fort Bill after finishing the WHW last time which I believe is still available on DVD courtesy of Rainy's covert camera work! Linda had to head off down the road but not before regaling us with stories of her job as Bill Costley's getaway driver! Back to the hotel, one for the road and we're all set for Day 1 tomorrow Night ...
... Noyon, France!), we talked about the different shapes of the "call" to ministry -- sometimes it's just the job that fits you best in your church life -- and education and spirituality of everyday life, all my favourite subjects! She also gave me the name of a fella -- a minister and educator -- I should talk to, with permission to drop her name.
Our first evening in the fairytale setting of Heligenstein, I sat with ...
... shed my shoes and run along the beach. I tried to run in slow motion and wished I had long, blonde hair. Donna and Reena sat on the rocks while I waded through the white froth that the waves churned up. At first the water felt very cold, but after my feet were numb, it felt fine. We all hoped the tide would come in. There was a double bell (one on top of the other) sitting in the water just out from the shore. Reena said it was built by some art students. It was designed to flip over ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility