The Tyndrum Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the paths weren't very wide, and despite very good bell ringing by the boys, people still did not seem to want to move out of the way. Luckily the brakes were very screechy loud, so once we had to start braking, they moved! The boys really enjoyed this! After that we walked around the tiny little village and they were having a continental street market, so we grabbed some Spanish paella for lunch. It was made with chicken, and I don't really think ...
... br> On to Smailholm. I first came across Smailholm in Margaret J. Anderson's children's book, in the Keep of Time, which tells the story of four siblings who go up into Smailholm Tower in the mid 70s, and come out in medieval Scotland. It's a wonderful story, not only of time travel and adventure, but of four siblings who grow up, who come to love and value each other more, who come to see deeper truths of life and human nature as they walk into ...
... to reopen gold mining which most locals are in favour of, but with the recent fall in price, this has been deferred. Greg had a look at the blister under my foot and told me to go to hospital! I wasn't even in excruciating pain and am not sure how it got so bad as my foot seemed fairly secure in the boot. Anyway Ellen at the B&B will drive me the 200m to the bus stop in the morning and I'll go to Fort William and check out Scottish ...
... for lunch where I was greeted by a nosey Robin who enjoyed sharing my sandwich with me. Although I thought the £6.95 for a packed lunch was very steep, the roast chicken sandwich was packed full of chicken and also lettuce which I discarded very quickly, even the Robin didn't want it! LOL Guess what? It's raining again and it's not very nice walking around in this weather. The only good thing about it is that I was warm enough and my new gear was ...
... and soaking in the experience.
On the trail I met a French and a Dutch couple who were walking the Way together, and by “together” I mean that the four of them were strung out along a good half mile of trail, but stopped every few miles to re-group. I walked immediately behind the French man for a while, whom I thought was about to pass out and I was therefore set to catch him. But he persevered with his odd, crooked, ...