Thursday, March 25, 2010
We were ravenous by the time we passed through the Creagan Narrows. We decided to turn right towards the Creagan Inn.
We left the kayaks at the water's edge and made our way...
...up to the splendidly situated veranda. It didn't look very busy, so we thought service would be quick.
This navigational aid served to confirm our position.
Sadly we were to go hungry. The opening hours had changed.
Fortunately we had come prepared for any eventuality and we were soon enjoying our third luncheon on the rocks below the pub. As the sun dipped towards the horizon, we toasted our trip with a selection of fine malts.
Despite its ideal situation, we cannot assess the Creagan Inn as a sea kayaking pub. We will just have to return! It's a tough job but someone has to do it.