On a journey of discovery, Warren and Gerda Rovetch, both qcreakyq themselves, explore the hidden places of Great Britain's last wilderness, the rugged and startling coast of Scotland's North West Highlands. They bring fresh perspectives to the environmental, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of their experience as their journey moves at an easy pace from village pubs and croft houses to places of untouched natural beauty and solitude. Celtic history and tradition comes alive as our hosts meander their way along. Part travelogue, part guidebook, but all charm and wit, this book transports us to another culture where we have much to learn.While prices charged by different airlines on the same routes are usually comparable, there tends to be a wide variation in rental ... We ended up with a five-speed Ford Focus from Hertz. ... a gallon and cars with automatic transmissions consuming twenty-five percent more of it, the gas-saving manual shift was fine with me.
|Title||:||The Creaky Traveler in the North West Highlands of Scotland|
|Publisher||:||Sentient Publications - 2002|