- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... the well in the courtyard and generally explored.
Loch Aard had awesome inflatables to climb up and jump/ slip off. Everyone got wetsuits and had lots of fun in such a beautiful setting. Pippa and I watched and I took photos. It was quite hot out of the water and a beautiful day.
We finished the day with a beautiful woodland walk and an icecream.
... Alan asked her first and last name (he enjoyed learning each students' ancestry), and when he heard she was a McMillan, he paused, took a step back, reached into his rucksack, and pulled out her clan tartan. He then laid the tartan out onto the floor and invited Samantha to help him fold it just as Raymond did with him earlier. I felt tears welling up in my eyes as I watched Samantha's face light up with a smile that stretched from one ear to the other. It ...
... that an elder was quoted as saying that he seemed to remember rain (for that's what they called it) once before when he was a youngster but it was so long ago that he thought he'd never see it again. This "rain" latest around 20 minutes and we have to say it was a welcome relief from the burning sun, which obviously returned once the cloud had passed. The hill over to Inveroran seemed longer than ever on the climb and, as this wasn't to be our overnight stop, we decided to head ...
... frantic. It eased us back into the Western world. Also, the pace of development in South East Asia has been phenomenal over the last twenty years. There is no longer the gulf between East and West that there was when I first went to India in 1981. In fact, there are some developments we are already missing in Scotland. The most noticeable being the lack of wifi in public places. Not that this is bothering Sandra, now that she has an i Phone!