The Rowardennan Hotel
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... one that we were not carrying our full bags and two that we were not camping. B&B's were definitely the way to go! Following the winding road, looking at plants and listening to bird song, we saw Conic hill. Would we go round it? No, we would have to go over it, no problem, but is that a rain cloud heading straight for us? Not concerned as the rain started to lightly sprinkle us we doned our ponchos, but as ...
... recent meal feels like the culprit it rarely is – but I wanted her to check that everything was up to par. She was very kind and reduced my tariff by 50%, which seemed a fair deal.
The first 5km of the walk were phenomenal – huge weather fronts storming down the glen, across the Loch and beyond. I love weather – the more dramatic the better and I got a good dose this ...
After a bit of a break in which I did some real travel with strange outmoded things like cars that take a rather long time to get anywhere, I'm back again in my virtual travel world and I've zipped across to Scotland in the time it took to type the name! Today I'm pedalling along the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch ...
... True to form, it was all just about to kick off. The village itself was fantastic. Traditional old grey granite cottages lining the street with their
lovingly kept brightly painted front doors leading directly onto the narrow pavement. Nearly all the shops open and doing a brisk trade. The centrepiece of the festivities was a traditional Scottish band on a stage built on top of a trailer. The loudspeaker blaring would you believe their ...
... on the planet. I saw everything: enormous, rolling hills, as green as they could possibly be, brushing against the very sky, surrounded by great roiling clouds. Old stone walls surrounding pastures filled with sheep. Great rocky cliffs and magnificent plains. Quaint little villages surrounded by nothing but nature. All this and more I saw. Suffice to say, I did not get through a single one of Shakespeare's plays on that trip.