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... say, because that is so not my place, but it was equivalent age gap of my sister, my mum and me. It was like talking to my mum when I was 4. She was so lovely though and I really hope I keep in contact with her. Which is not always easy while travelling. I went back to the hostel then, and had some plain cous cous and avocado for dinner. Life is flashy! I decided to go down a few doors from the hostel and have a whiskey ...
... presents then off we go again.
A stop for lunch at a Beef Eaters (steak burger with brie and cranberry sauce) and then off again to find the kelpies (for more info about the kelpies: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Kelp ies).
Just a bit further down the road we could see the kelpies, wow, they are huge!! Unfortunately we didn't get to go in today as we needed to get back and it was a fair distance to walk for Allan so Julie and I took some quick photos as it ...
... I'm glad that our journey can still continue with a little bit of free time and then heading back home to the States. So cheers, and hope that we continue to have a fun time and a merry trek.
Hello everybody, this is Zack a.k.a "The Flying Mongoose". We are currently on our way to London. Everyone's been having an excellent time so far on this trip ...
... we did find more level streets a block or two off the Royal Mile to make the trip back to our apartment a bit easier. Regardless, we walked about 7 miles our first day but it seemed easy as there is so much to see and many places to break our journey and take a break.
We walked the Royal Mile where we passed tourist gift shops, Scottish woolen shops, whisky shops and lots of pubs and restaurants. Street performers ...
... 1960's. Darren
showed us another, more gruesome history of the site, the Covenanters’ Prison
and the Martyrs’ Monument. In 1638 the National Covenant was adopted in
Greyfriars Church. This ‘covenant’ said that Jesus, and not the king, was the
only head of the church. Many of the people who supported this were imprisoned
in an area of the graveyard, and a monument has been erected to honour those
who died here – the Martyrs’ ...
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