PortpatrickJuly 10, 2017 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C
The journey from Glasgow by train and bus was different. From Stranraer the train was on a single track with bushes and trees either and we were literally train bush bashing.
Portpatrick is the starting point for the Southern Upland Way which is the longest Scottish walk at 341 kms. Our hotel overlooks the Irish Sea, but we cannot see Ireland.
Tomorrow we start the walk with some long sections of +30km stages. Thankfully our bags are being carried. Wimps again.
Sandi reckons we don't need to carry water we just open our mouths, as it rains a lot.
Our hotel is the blue oneRead more