Clan Walker Guest House
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... soft barley and maybe oats? Would definitely like to eat some more of that.
After a quick SKYPE touch base with the kids we walked a few minutes down the street and caught a city bus into town for a day of exploring. Dawn-Anne recommended a day ticket for £4 each which we made use of even though we could have walked 20 minutes to the city, but we wanted to save our feet for exploring.
We got off the bus at what we guessed was ...
... leaky bus that flooded in the rain - Finally mastering the art of sleeping in a hammock - Rabies shots - Vicky falling off her bike into a puddle of mud (sorry!) - The hot shower in Bocas after 8 weeks of only cold water! - Learning how to make bread in the jungle without an oven - Peanut butter M&M's - Apple flavoured yoghurts- we need this in the UK, this and Quaker cookies were the snacks of choice on long bus journeys! - Asking for Kelly's assistance ...
... till you get to Holyrood Palace (The Queen's residence) and Scottish Parliament. Then you see this massive Volcanic Crag which juts out of the earth. That is Arthur's Seat. Some scholars have said that is was the actual location of Camelot. Who knows?
Today we attempted to climb the bugger.
May I say it is steep and rocky and there are no safety anythings. The only provision for ...
... she is house watching for her brother) so luckily enough, Zarah was able to walk through he home of 14 yrs ago. Zarah remembered her bedroom being HUGE….however when walking in 14 yrs later and a meter taller it appeared a lot smaller than she remembered haha
Well worth the trip for Zarah…home for a cuppa and catch ups….when I say catch ups, try to get a word in with the Scottish woman who can talk!!
Aussies over and out xx
... I still don't know!) Suffice to say, the amount of information around the place in English and the amount of English speaking people was very helpful, and I was surprised that even lots of older people could speak to us.
When we finally got to our destination after 27 hours of travelling, we were welcomed into the hotel and our traditional tatami room :-)