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... and his family live. It is in wonderful condition and is famous as the location for many films that require a castle, such as Harry Potter, Blackadder, Elizabeth and Downton Abbey. We have been spoilt with our Aus National Trust membership, swanning past crowds with the wave of our cards, no money needed. No use here though and we had to pay $25 each just to enter! With seniors concession! And that was just the castle, same again if we had wanted to enter the garden. Better be ...
... there but David replied something along the lines of 'Killem....only if he's in a bad mood'. The whole scenario, with their funny accents and faces and David's reply was like something out of a comedy movie and I killed myself laughing. Felt good to have such a good laugh.
We continued on and arrived in the little village /estate of Ford in the area of Berwick upon Tweed at around 3. So glad we stumbled across this place as we had ...
... you might just be a part of Group X. REALLY!
There is a dungeon display here with some pretty unpleasant sights. I took no pictures of those. If you've seen one Iron Maiden, you've seen them all...except, seen from the wrong angle, you're probably not seeing anything anymore. Nasty invention.
The owner also seems to have an interest in musical instruments. We first saw the trombone in the Edward I ...
... of his life.
Skiathmuir Toll turned out to be somebody's home. They had lived there five years, the man told me, and didn't know where the Battle of Skaithmuir took place--only that something like that had happened somewhere around there.
We took a chance and turned down another road, searching for a road with no lane markings, shrubs on either side, telephone wires, and a particular two story house with two windows under the eaves of the second ...
... and ended up with one leg and a hand also covered in mud.
Despite knowing the time tables, and knowing that even with the two and a half hours it took us to make the full round trip walk, that we were still only in the middle of the lowest tide--it was still a little nerve wracking to be out there, knowing that at a certain point, the water would be high over our heads if we didn't keep going.
During the ...