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... and more. And we hung on every word like little kids...her storytelling was so alive that it was hard to ignore!! And, as is part of the culture, embellished facts can be hard to separate from the fiction and folklore. But I love it!! Even though I didn't see Nessie herself (they refer to it up here as a him, by the way), I was still so glad to have done the trip. The fall colours in Fort Augusta and around Loch Ness were pretty. And the highlands are so worth exploring. The snow ...
The guide pointed out several landmarks of interest. She showed us one of the many homes of Robert Burns, famed Scottish poet that is honored yearly in January for his prized works. You can purchase several books and plaques of his work in the many souvenir shops, or grab a haggis for lunch as you read through his many verses. One of his more noted homes is found in the Grass Road district near the Mound. When the bus stops here, you will see ...
... and the food was good as was the cider and wine. Lucky we all caught the bus. It was a fabulous way to spend a day.
Legends say that hummingbirds float free of time carrying our hopes for love, joy and celebration.
The hummingbirds delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning and that laughter is life's sweetest creation.
... two be lots of fun at a dinner party! The amazing thing was that there wasn’t a snicker, a smile, a frown, or a reaction of any kind from the congregation. I may go back next Sunday to see if things got better and if he is back on his meds.
I’m going to try to attach some photos to this blog. Wish me luck.
... it to be a lot colder, but we've just put it down to it being a different kind of cold than NZ as well as having amazing 24/7 heating in our new flat. We've had a few dustings of snow which really didn't eventuate to anything. That being said though, we are still not through the thickest of winter months yet.
After we both finally locked down some jobs, we moved into the 1st flat we looked at. It's on the cusp of a suberb called Leith and is not too far ...