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On this day we went to... - Falkirk wheel: This is where we camped next to. It's a huge mechanical wheel which takes canal boats from a higher up canal down to a lower canal, or visa versa. Hard to explain, but kind of like a merry-go-round for canal boats. We watched it working then had a leisurely walk around the canals. - Antonine wall: We spent ages trying to find this, when we eventually ...
... to all the pre-planned things that we intend to do.
So, in each city, I will write a letter to a stranger that will contain the following:
- My favourite thing that we did or place that we visited
- One interesting thing that I learnt – (a fact, a piece of advice, a story about someone)
- An invitation to write their own letter to a stranger
... good at it.
The tour of New Edinburgh (Georgian period, is the new) and old Edinburgh (very very old) was good. Riding around in a double decker open bus today was just perfect, especially as it was nice and warm. We finally have the coffee thing sorted, just ask for a double shot and accept the fact that they will charge 40p xtra for that. Had to leave Edinburgh by train before 4.30 as we had the off peak ticket so on the train by ...
... sued the owners. After that the owners decided they couldn't take the risk and banned photography.
If you want to see some info on the Chapel go to this link www.rosslynchapel.org.uk.
Next stop for us is the Melrose Abbey, where Robert the Bruce's heart is buried. The Abbey is disused now but still quite an impressive site. We only have a brief stop here as our guide, Colin wants to take us to a "surprise" ...
... mad woman.
Potosi mines and buying explosives at the street corner.
Horse riding in Bariloche.
The list is getting out of hand so I'll stop myself.
Learned lots about fixing trucks, by the side of the road.
Learned that I can live out of 90lt bag and many of the things I took for granted, are not all ...