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... Glasgow, where we were supposed to have a tour of the city and the Glasgow Cathedral. Unfortunately, neither of these things panned out- the Commonwealth Games hindering the city tour and the preparation for a WW1 memorial at the cathedral prevented us from doing both. We did get to see the cathedral though. August 2: We began the day on the bus, taking a tour of Edinburgh. We saw residences of many famous people, including ...
... of the night last week in bed-socks to go to the loo and bruised my coccyx bone. It's getting better but still painful after sitting for a long time or on my feet for a long time at the fishmongers.
And talking about the fishmongers - yes, I do get a 'discount' - cost price. I tried Halibut a couple of weeks ago. YUM YUM YUM! A lot like Swordfish but more flavoursome. Also tried Plaice - like sole. Oh and tried cooked Cod's Roe. Interesting.... I just tried it out ...
In a desperate bid to track down some traditional music, Susie and I sniffed out a Caelidh on the Friday night. It's been a while since we wheeled out our promenades and polka steps, but willows were stilled stripped and white seargents were still dashed. - we were absolutely buggared but **** it was fun.
Catch you later
Steppin' Susie and flyin' feet Frankie.
PS Still no sign of Susie's cute little leather pouch.
... quaint shops and oh, the tartans. Loved it. Cashmere, wool....... Shoppers heaven. We did have fun. Next up to Edinburgh Castle. Amazing place. The anticipated highlight for me was seeing where the tattoo was held, having watched it on TV numerous times - came to the end - where was this place? Shattered to discover it actually was the entrance into the castle and nothing like what you see on TV!! In fact you may see what I mean when you see the photos. Oh ...
Well it is time to head back down to the lowlands. We have decided on our route so it's goodbye Nairn for now, we will be back!! You don't get rid of us that easily.
Returned to Edinburgh via Granton-on-Spey which was the most gorgeous drive, so green and winding roads, pine forests, the river, mountains and moors. This would be such a Fantastic ride on a motor bike. Unfortunately we had to get back to Edinburgh or ...
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