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... back to the hotel – and time to leave. We got to the M/S Exhbition where it was berthed at Leith. Unsurprisingly it was very close to the royal Yacht Brittania.
Checking on board was quite simple and they just checked in using our names and no other form of ID.
Our hearts sank when we got to our cabin door to find three suitcases there. ...
... journeys, (including a 12 hour trip to cross Tierra del Fuego and across the border from Argentina into Chile),
5 boat trips,
3 hire cars - 1 replacement tyre
3 vineyard tours (too many bottles drunk to mention)
1 horse back ride
1 river raft
1 bike ride
And lots of great walks and countless stunning views....
... like it because it brings people in, and the Three Sisters was perfect with about 6 rooms in use the whole day with Free Shows. We strolled across the Royal Mile, the main street in old town, and it was absolutely crawling with people. Could barely move in places. There was street performers everywhere doing their thing and you could spend most of your day just rocking down there but there's no way anyone would want to because it's ridiculous. We pushed our way through and ...
... our skates on to arrive in plenty of time. We all got on the little ferry to nip across to Feolin, enjoying the lifting views along the way.
Still plenty of cloud on the hill tops as we left empty Feolin to begin cycling off in search of lunch. After a gentle trundle on the low ground we started climbing and battering into the wind, going windwards and upwards for what felt like a very long time! The views were worth it though - quite stunning being able to see ...
... the unbelievably stunning Iceland, but Alex and I decided we had to put that in the back of our mind and enjoy what Scotland has to offer. Although being summer it was quite chilly and scarfs and jackets were still needed! Along the way we passed through Glencoe, the ‘Weeping Glen’ and a site of the Massacre of 1692 where 38 MacDonalds were killed. The stories our tour guides shared were very detailed – ...
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