After breakfast I visited the staff and residents of 'Craigmount Care Home' before getting yet another lift off Kevin back down to Fife Ness where I bid him farewell. What a lovely guy and I am grateful to him for his support. Then I followed the Fife Coastal Path through Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and to Elie where I found a pub with a beer, friendly locals buying it for me and a round of donations! I got a lift to Lower Largo overlooking Largo Bay and found a room at the 'Crusoe Hotel'. The town has connections with Alexander Selkirk who is reputed to be the person on whom the character of Robinson Crusoe is based. My room was absolutely on the sea front with the waves breaking below me. Fantastic! In a recent storm, one of the downstairs windows was broken by a wave!