The Killearn Hotel
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These last few days we have spent catching up with an old school friend of Ron's, Alisdair Flemming and his wife Barbara. We've enjoyed lovely meals in the Old Mill and Kippin Inn as well as a tour of Glengoyne distillery. Before the distillery tour we had a lovely walk up the hill behind the distillery, called the Dumgoyne, which is part of the Campsie range. It was ...
... were due in late in the evening it should have been ready and waiting. We were given a room on the first floor - very basic with no mod cons- and that is where we have stayed. Adequate but nothing to write home about. Service is minimal, breakfasts are eggs, cheese and bread. I crashed for a few hours but mum was wrought up and had words regarding the room ( or lack ...
... It is also the one time I have ever had my bags gladwrapped but I met a guy in Nampula whose laptop had been stolen out of his bag when arriving in Nampula and Lonely Planet also warns that the baggage handlers here are not to be trusted. It was like receiving a luggage present upon arrival in London.
I caught a train straight to Edinburgh upon the day of my arrival which extraordinarily reflects my arrival in Scotland 25 years earlier. Peter and Anne Dreyer and my ...
... to William Robb I enquired, but was told it was gone. Then another enquiry suggested it wasn’t and they referred me to a granddaughter of the Cooks who worked at the garage. She was away, but the garage/shop attendant rang and arranged for me to see the father, Alex Ross. I went thinking I would get confirmation of which building it was. Then came the surprise; his wife had been Mr ...
A very quick entry to say I am having internet trouble. It keeps timing out on me. This is the first time I have reached travel pod, so I am sharing it now and then will try to add the diary entries I have been saving.
The weather has cooled, but almost dressed for winter - five layers on the top, two on the legs I ventured out. Actually the mild blustery wind was just perfect for taking in the countryside. A lot of walking was done wandering ...