Woodland Bay Hotel
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... it until we got to the falls.
It was so beautiful. We saw the first half of the waterfall first and that was impressive enough but then as we followed the path round it opened up into two really tall waterfalls. It was the most impressive waterfall we've seen here.
When we got back to the car we carried on down to Kildonan beach where mum had read that we could see lots of sea life around. We stopped and ate lunch on the rocks ...
We decided the night before that we were going to walk the coastal route to Brodick from Lamlash (and probably back along the road path that me and mum did in the rain just to make it a round trip).
It was supposed to be 3.5 miles along the coastal route to get to Brodick then 3 miles back along the road.
Luckily it wasn't raining and Dad had timed it so we wouldn't be doing the walk around high tide (apparently there is a high chance of walking in the sea ...
Today we'd decided to have a nice relaxed day. We'd all woken up a little bit sore from the thousand mile hike yesterday ;o)
So after a leisurely morning, we talked about what we wanted to do with the day. Me and mum decided we didn't want to miss out on a chance to go for a walk even though it was tipping it down outside.
We decided we would walk into Brodick from our cottage in Lamlash. It's only 3 miles so we knew it would be quite ...
... nice and toasty.
The couple who own the cottage had left some treats for us around the cottage. Mum's favourite is the apples that the man had picked from his apple tree in the garden. He had left us a fruit bowl full and said if we wanted anymore, we could help ourselves off the tree.
It was a relief to finally get settled in and we all quickly relaxed in our home away from home for the ...
After a 4.30am start to make sure we got some food from the 24 hour ASDA down the road and get to the ferry with plenty of time before our 7am ferry, we were finally on our way to the Isle of Arran!
The ferry journey is only 55 minutes long so we arrived fairly quickly with no hold ups. The view of Arran from the ferry was pretty spectacular and my photos make it look pretty ...