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... up behind them waiting to pass. After a couple of hours we headed more westerly towards the Lakes District and the country became greener and lusher. The fields are fenced with dry stone walls, miles and miles of them. There are also large fields of canola which are very pretty in yellow flower. There is a lot of water seeping out of hillsides and gathering in low lying areas. We passed through several lovely little villages. As ...
... the city- like a mini Central Park.
After contending ourselves with a little more exploring we hopped on the bus to Biggar where we
were graciously picked up by Isobel Hunter. She is the niece of Gramma and pa's dear friend Letty Burns. She and her husband have a B&B called Skirling House in the countryside where we were staying. We were served tea in the parlour and then she took us for ...
... are lovely little French, Italian and traditional British and Scottish pubs to eat which are lovely and not too expensive! Pitite Paris is a lovely little French restraunt and the Beehive is a really nice old traditional British pub which is worth a look into on the grass market.Oh and definitely head to "Love Crumbs" for dessert! Thank you for reading my first travel blog, hope you liked it and there will be more to come! Carlie ...
... We went through the shows and saw Steen, Axes of Awesome and the Rubber Bandits were playing. We didn't see them. We wanted to see something new. We saw an improv act and and stand-up comedy about pub quizzes.
I got a bit hungry and we to the pub. It was really yum, I had the fish and chips and Maggie has the Chicken and mushroom pie. After this we strolled home and slept.
Wednesday 13th August 2014
... able to play golf as the day is turning out to be a beauty. However, as a substitute, Patsy agrees to play the 9 hole pitch and putt course called the Wee Course. We go in to select our clubs and Patsy causes some delay in deciding whether she needs a right handed club or a left handed club but eventually settles for left handed. We then head out to play and have a great time on the little course which is a series of holes probably 50 - 70 metres ...