Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa & Golf
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- Tennis Court
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... We'll we didn't miss it & we got on the right one so all in all. Very successful! The trip up was very pretty. Lots of lochs. We walked down to the town & I had fish & chips -the pensioner special and I still couldn't eat it all. Off to Iona ...
... NO, I did not get hitched. And the last short drive brought us to our B&B in Dumfries. We headed down to a pub for some food and afterwards retreated to our spacious attic room at the Torbay Lodge Guest House. At 7pm temperatures were still at 25 degrees. Day 2: Another hot and sticky day. We started off with a good hearty breakfast and walked around Dumfries, the town where Scottish poet Robert Burns lived, died and was buried. We visited his home and his grave, ...
... back to Oban. The bus journey was once again, great. The driver kept me awake by his excellent humour. We arrived at the ferry terminal only to find our ferry back was still in Oban and was running over an hour late! We were really cold and tired by this point. We eventually made it back to land with the sun shining in Oban. On this night we were due to begin our drive down to Glasgow, but loved our wild camping spot so much we decided to stay there a third ...
... dog and said, “Aaaaarrrrrghh” – which we supposed was local hillfarmer talk for “get away from those nice people with your bottle cap!”
"He’s lovely!” we said perkily, all ready for a good old chin-wag about the joys of Border Collies with an authentic Scottish shepherd.
"Aaaaaaaarrrrrgggghhh!” he replied.
We read some information boards on the waterfront which told us we were in the heart of ...
... sort of cattle the Fletchers drove. Although I suspect our ones had risen to become farmers (tacksmen who employed others) and that they organised rather than actually drove.
There were lots of sheep entries, none of them like our breeds, although it was the Cheviot which took over the hills after the clearances. They are making great efforts to preserve the old Hebridean breed. There were some there, but I didn’t pick out which ones they were. I also ...