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The third day - Burntisland to Leven

Continuing on the Fife Coastal Path; it is necessary to follow the Kinghorn Road until reaching the town - Alexander III failed to do that and caused all sortsof problems after 1286. Down to the harbour and then along the path past the East and West Vows where the seals were singing on the rocks. Along Kirkcaldy Esplanade and through Ravenscraig Park to Dysart and the coastal centre there. It's rather heavy going from there to East Wemyss with a number of steep ascents and descents; then past McDuff's Castle and into Buckhaven, Methil and finally Leven. All of the last bit is through the towns and not very inspiring but then this is a pilgrimage! 16 miles today with decent weather throughout but eventually total sunshine and very warm. That's me off until Wednesday now. I've added some photos.

Hi Seafarer,

have you or another pilgrim posted a list of accomodation you used? I would really appreciate any recommendations of hostels/BB/hotels where you have enjoyed staying.

Many thanks Gary from my fautorive pub .the Dunvegan of course! Watching Man City vs Chelsea hoping for a London win due to my lifelong support for Man U!Played the New Course this a.m in glorious sunshine.We'll post photos from next Thursday on our website as the Festival unfolds.CheersRichard [url=]rfgqjhjf[/url] [link=]gzxtuydtmnj[/link]