The Strontian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Didnt visit this time. Put off by £3.50 pint
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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 ...
We stayed in a very nice Hotel in Edinburgh on Sunday night, had time for a walk along Princess Street and got excited about seeing more next Saturday. Monday, we met our tour group at 9 am, had an unexpected tour of Edinburgh as we had to return to Rabbie's shop for a replacement microphone for Ross, our guide. But, soon on the road west. We stopped numerous times for pictures and breaks, working our way around lochs, through small villages and then officially entering ...
... on some beautiful walks along rivers and through woods, past lakes full of ducks. We even visited a memorial for a clan of Scottish people that were murdered many years ago because one of them was late for a meeting! Things must have been tough back then! Hopefully Mrs Dowling doesn't take on that method of dealing with the teachers if any of us are late for a ...
... of the highlights of the expedition.
Our destination was Skipness, a very special little town that looks straight over to Arran.
My mum's family came from the area around Skipness, she had holidayed there as a child in Woodbine Cottage ( now diplomatically named Kilbrannen Cottage!) in the village, which became our holiday house in the late 50s/early ...
... close to the centre of Salen with trees around it. They died in 1904 and 1909; the mother first at 86 and Jessie at only 53, so the house might not be a lot more than 100years old. I will call tomorrow morning.
I spoke with Christine, who took Ngaire and Gary around this afternoon and I spend the day with her in the McFadyen area on Tuesday. There will be an unexpected bonus. She has got permission to visit the old village of Dererarch and has gone in with a friend ...