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... of over an hour with gorgeous scenery to reach the ferry to Iona. In the summer they run every 20 minutes, but now only once an hour. It was only a 10 minute ferry ride, and we were on Iona about 12:45. It is a very small island, only 3 miles long and maybe 1.5 miles across. Famous for the Abbey first established by St. Columba who arrived on the Island from Ireland in the mid sixth century. We toured ...
... we had been in since we left Inverness. We stopped at the Tourist Information to find out how to drive up to McCaig's Tower. We drove up to see it. McCaig started building this tower as a memorial to his family. He died before it was completed. It was modeled on the Coliseum in Rome and towers over the city. The Locals call it McCaig's Folly.
Then we headed north through Connel where my Auntie Margaret and Uncle Eric and their ...
... so much left to see and do and discover. I find that I am looking forward to things again, and have started laying down some good new memories alongside the old. But I will close this diary now - it has been fun to write but I don't want it to become a chore in itself.
Spiders' webs lace the hedge as I walk down the drive, and the last lonely apples are waiting to be picked from my tree. I stop at Kidston Park where school is out, and the playgound is ...
So mulled over the Games and whether or not we should keep trying - still no consecutive seating on the website but I remembered the guy at George Square had said there was a good chance of getting them at the venue on the night. I checked out the Traveline website which told you the best way to get to each venue using public transport. There seemed to be quite a direct route from Milngavie so we made a plan to head off in the afternoon and give it a ...
... was about to attempt this... Anyways, I started to go down the narrow part and halfway down I was seriously debating turning around but I was brave and believed in myself and went down. After getting through the hole, you had to navigate around an area of water and some more rocks to finally reach the opening. I'd say I was pretty happy to be "free" once I got out.
We then went to our next site... this time getting into the cave you had to be completely laying down, on ...