The Kames Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... many people died in the cause and monuments to these martyrs are abundant in the South West of Scotland.
Buuuuuuuut... back to the wedding! Gosh! Like the country, county and church we're in - lots of lovely historic and traditional detail has been woven into the day. Isabel and Chris have their hands bound as part of the wedding ceremony, there are lots of parts to the reception including traditional 'afters', we Ceilidh dance the ...
... on. But when the gangway comes down a seemingly endless stream of trippers starts to disembark - folk coming from Glasgow or Greenock for a day out in Helensburgh. The Helensburghers in their turn now surge aboard, we among them. The only disappointment is the lack of pipers: in past years the whole local pipe band would turn out on special dates, but today there is not even a lone piper to see us off in style.
We are aboard ...
... and turned around and finally got there, thankfully. The caretaker, like a lot of people in Scotland, was very laid back and friendly, and joked that we could stay until dusk and they would make sure a gate was left unlocked so we could get out. Really loved the variety of flowers and shrubs in different kinds of gardens, and he encouraged us to get off the paths to see more of it. The sun had come out by now, and we had a relaxing ...
... of sunglasses in the airport. She is still stuck in the 80's when it comes to buying stuff!
A very very BIG thank you to all our friends and family that have both encouraged us to make this bonkers trip, and for agreeing to look after the house and assorted creatures...I am sure Laggan is having a ball on Mull...
Next stop Dubai in seven hours...arrive Singapore at 1440 (local time)
Au Revoir...or 'Olive Oil' as we say in my family for reasons I no longer ...
... but we enjoyed it. They had an exhibit on south sea canoes which was rather familiar to us. They asked us to sign the visitors book as we were overseas visitors, most of the visitors are from NZ and Australia so it seemed quite funny. From here we headed back to the car and thought we would explore and see if there was somewhere to have fish and chips overlooking the sea. This of course is quite easy to do back home however the only cafe we found ...