Oban, Scotland – Music in the Pub


In July 2011, I was involved, with a group of friends in a Celtic Trail, a pilgrimage at the roots of Celtic Spirituality.
We stopped for the night in the port city of Oban, the gate to the Hebrides, on our way to Iona.
In the evening, I went with two colleagues for a walk by the sea.
On the way back we have heard music from a pub, we entered, got a beer, and enjoyed the pleasant surprise. Here is just a glimpse of it.

Celtic Trail – Day 1 – From Glasgow to Oban

Part of our group. Rev Robert Calvert, our trail leader, Presbyterian pastor in Rotterdam,
is second from the right. First from the right is Kati, my World Vision colleague.

The day began by meeting up with team leader Robert Calvert and a team of 13 people for a Celtic Trail tour and study of Celtic Christianity. The class met at the airport in Glasgow Scotland and travelled by minibus to Oban on the northwest coast of Scotland, about three hours drive from Glasgow. Continue reading “Celtic Trail – Day 1 – From Glasgow to Oban”

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