Manor Park Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... smoke alarm ( duh, what) and set off the alarm. Old Hotel.... No fire so back to our rooms we went.
Up at 6am, cases repacked and outside the door by 7am and down for brekkie. On Coach at 8am heading off for ano adventurous day. First stop, Ben Nevis. En route we stopped to take photos of a ruined Castle shrouded in mist. Why, because we could. Then we stopped to take more photo's and walk about the 3 ...
... we filled in immediately, sealed them and returned to John. Our next stop was in Inveraray for our lunch stop. We arrived at 10:45 and had until 12:30, because most of the restaurants would not open until 11:30. I had, for the first time on this trip, placed my backpack under the bus. But I remembered that they wanted the tip envelopes early, so when we stopped I had Mark open the luggage area so I could retrieve the tip envelopes that I had finalized last night. I then gave ...
... were closing, I jumped on.
The train had wifi, thank goodness, and I figured out that I didn't fly into Glasgow International Airport, I flew into Glasgow Prestwick Airport.
They're not even remotely close to each other.
I don't know how I don't get lost every time I leave the house.
The hostel was cute and pretty simple. I stayed in a all girl room, with a couple girls that seemed pretty reclusive. I asked if they wanted to get ...
... are too American for me now.
Something that I completely forgot about until we got here, they drive on the opposite side of the road! I was so giddy, I forced Dad to sit in the front seat of the taxi. I got yelled at again by the taxi driver for holding up the taxi line.
The rest of our day was spent sleeping in the hotel room. I was quite sick and the jet lag had started to catch up. We went out that night ...
... which he would cycle many km’s in the crazy heat. Anyway, to cut a long story short the ministry grew in a huge scale and today his daughter, Glory runs the flagship school St. Matthews, which seeks to offer a quality English education to all, her husband Finny runs the bible college and about a million other things (incredible visionary) and Thomas’ son Paul pastors the thriving church.
After our wee siesta we made wandered the campus (now ...