Jonathan: Fish & Chips sitting on a bench on the North Pier: feeding the seagulls with the scraps – holding them out for them to take on the wing. Next I cycled north around Dunollie Castle and winding around the coast to Ganavan Sands. Large development of showy houses being built that will effectively appropriate the sandy beach to the residents, despite the long-standing public access to the beach and the large public car park. I can see conflicts arising between the new residents (though I wonder how many will just be holiday homes or lets) and the public. Ganavan Sands aside, it really is lovely along this road, though judging from the very wide footway and widenened shore-side lane it’s clear in summer it must be extremely busy! Looking at my phone could see the time was running out – nearly 2pm and I need to be back at the ferry terminal by 1430hrs. Getting there, I was surprised that the ferry hadn’t already berthed – in fact no-where to be seen. Then in dawned on me that the clocks went back last night, and I’d forgotten all about it. They must have thought I was extremely keen to leave the hostel this morning – at about 7:30am!! So another hour to wait … oh dear!