The Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... They had fancy desserts, expensive clothes and luxuries. I definitely felt out of place!
We had a fun night out in London and met a lot of great people from all over the world. Without the help of Kate who was London-savy, I was stuck with two friends who both thought their bus route was the way home. We ended up taking the wrong bus and I won't tell you who was right and who was wrong, but there were a lot of "I told you ...
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The weather is still looking unsettled so we decide to go into Dumfries for the day. We start off with a town tour. It's looking decidedly empty. All the shops are closed including the chains which are normally open and we discover that 'someone' has misread the opening times (the someone with poor eyesight) and that the buildings we have come to see do not open till 2pm on Sundays.
It's only 11am so we take a drive down the coast to New Abbey ...
... had been raining just before and while I was at the cafe. It was really just a ramshackle building with a roof, Sharon prepared the food up at the house a few yards away. As I was preparing to l leave, two young German men came. I would meet up with them again later.
Back on the trail and headed for the most difficult part. Most people do this section in two days and camp out in the woods. I am not one of those people, maybe next time...not far past Sharon's, there is ...
... between Hilton and Tarbat Ness is the hamlet of Rockfield. The weather held until I reached Tarbat Ness lighthouse but as I turned and faced into Dornoch Firth the first of many showers approached. For the rest of the day I was in and out of cagoule and waterproof trousers as conditions alternated rapidly between warm sunshine and chilly heavy showers which were clearly visible as they swept in from the north-west.
The Tarbat ...