The Tyndrum Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the bars. ( Scots would say 'wee swalla'.) by then it was dark and we couldn't see anything on the drive back to our ferry. It was delayed by half an hour so we were a tired bunch when we got back to the mainland, and hungry. 8 of us went together to eat, beer and lamb shank restored me, but we didn't get back to our accommodation until after 10. So, that was yesterday. Leaving Oban this morning. Time for ...
... of lead smelting. Although the smelter itself has been gone for 150 years, the ground it sat on is apparently so contaminated that nothing has grown there. Luckily, though, that was a small patch of our path. Autmn leaves were falling and we had a lovely walk. Along the way we encountered a man and his wife and their two friendly dogs. When he found out we were walking the West Highland Way, he wished us well and told us the best was yet to come. He and his wife ...
At last, I can report on a relatively easy day!! Our mileage was even less than planned and there were no major passes to climb. For nearly the whole morning we followed what is quaintly called the "Old Drovers Road". I have clearly misunderstood the term "Drover". I had always understood this to mean a herdsman or some such who drove stock to market. I have clearly been wrong. "Drover" here refers to something that will drive you, in this case mad! This Drovers Road was ...
... back to Mum's around 5pm but had a horrible drive out from Glasgow in the rain and to make matters worse it appears that Scotland have decided not to replace cats eyes on many roads or white line the edge of the road. Which all makes for a tricky drive home in the dark and wet when you're not that familiar with the road. But we made it.
We just had a quiet night with dinner at home with Mum, Linda and ...
... and Rosie so that we could go and have dinner together. Whilst waiting for Clive and Rosie to turn up, the 2 Belgian girls also checked in to the hostel, said hi and then we never saw them again that night. Each to their own, I guess they don't want to socialise with anyone else, or that Richard may have upset them previously ;-) Clive and Rosie turned up just after dark about 4 hours after everyone else, had a quick shower and then we all went over to the ...