Travel Blogs from Dunoon
... for Dunoon, located about 15 to 20 minutes away. We weren't really sure where we were going but figured it wouldn't be too difficult - if they really were the largest Highland Games around - and managed to find the main parking lot.
At this point we were low on cash and having trouble in many locations where our credit cards were not accepted because they did not have a "chip". Time to hit the ATM. We asked the ...
... Ireland's sweeping vistas demand your attention but after some days of hiking I started to notice the small bits of beauty that were everywhere. I've posted some photos of them.
Oops, one other thought
There are some great signs around here, I thought I'd share those too.
Ireland and Northern Ireland we must say goodbye. Onward to Scotland!
... a couple of hours shopping, while Bob went to Ibrox Park, George Square and St Georges Cross.
In the evening we went to an iconic restaurant in the West End, called The Ubiquitous Chip. Great vibe, quite eclectic and great meal.
Day 3 - Sunday. We took a drive to see the house where Bob lived immediately before coming to Australia in Pollok. A number of other members of the family have been back to have their photo taken, the last one being Blake just a ...
... tedious American
security, I grabbed my suitcase off the carousel and eventually worked the LAX
marble flooring with my case all the way up to arrivals to be greeted with
“joooo jooo” from Rowan and Elodie (doodie).
Driving down from the airport to the hotel was amazing
instantly I loved LA and even think I spotted the singer pink getting into an
audi car just past the Beverly hill Hilton….I Googled ...
... at Port Dundas in 1795, facilitated access to the iron-ore and coal mines in Lanarkshire. After extensive River engineering projects to dredge and deepen the River Clyde as far as Glasgow, shipbuilding became a major industry on the ...