A Stormbound Ferry Leads to Tide Pools, Scones, and Rainbows Along the Firth of Clyde
Yet upon arrival we found that the ferry was still at the island due to storming weather.
While walking back to the train platform, I met Miriam from Liechtenstein. She too had been looking forward to an adventure on the Isle of Arron. We decided to team together and navigate the buses and trains north along the coast to see what we could see with the day ahead. It was exciting to almost immediately find tide pools to explore along the Firth of Clyde.
We then got a train north to Largs and found ourselves in an award winning cafe for scones and tea.
|Fierce wind made for some super 'high chop' (inside joke with my sailing friends) along the coast at Largs.|
|Walking about the the town of Largs was quiet and refreshing.|
|This house seemed adequate for my liking... should I want to ever live in Largs, Scotland.|
|On the bus to Gourock, Scotland the coast was beautiful, and we even saw a rainbow.|
|Gourock on a quiet Sunday morning|
|View from top of the stairs looking north at the hills of Scotland|
|These are bowling greens... need to find out more about this game.|