The Tarbert Hotel
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... electrician open on a Sunday!
Forgot to say I've tasted haggis whilst here and enjoyed it.
Also tasted clootie dumpling.
Leaving Dunoon having met 3/4 of the family so a great trip.
Bags need to be repacked, off on the ferry tomorrow morning to Glasgow
... the Anchorage. Went up to the highest point in Innellan at the Golf Course and saw right over the entire clyde. Saw the family home where my cousins were brought up "Woodward" and a seat has been placed in front of the house in memory of my aunt and uncle. Went to see the headstones of my nana and grandad watt.
A day of family history I won't bore you all ...
We were up an hour earlier than usual, as Charlie felt a little uncomfortable with the whole freedom camping concept! Our trek around Glasgow was not as difficult as we thought it might be, so we were across the Erskine Bridge and up at the bonnie banks and bonnie braes of Loch Lomond in time for morning tea. This loch is the largest body of fresh water in mainland Britain, and very pretty it is too. The sun broke through for just ...
... however been told that, as there are no trespassing laws in Scotland, it is a lot easier for freedom camping. So tonight we are stopped in a car park of a picnic area on the edge of the Firth of Forth not far from Greenock, looking out over the sea towards Argyll. We decided not to attempt the trek up round Glasgow today (which we will hopefully give a wide berth due to the Games being on) but will head that way tomorrow ...
... the ocean cliffs at the Butt of Lewis. The Butt is the northernmost coast of the Hebrides, and the windiest! Rob, our guide, said it was the only place he wouldn't wear his kilt ;) However, when we got there it was sunny and only a little breezy, just perfect for a stop on the small beach and walk along the rocky ledge to the lighthouse built in 1862. The perfect ending to a wonderful weekend on Lewis and Harris!