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... Scots. The battle itself was fought on 15 April 1746, was over in less than an hour and resulted in the deaths of about 50 English soldiers and between 1210 and 1500 Jacobites. (The Jacobites were Scottish men who banded together as an army over many years to fight the English and reinstate a Stuart King on the English throne.).
After we had looked at the exhibitions in the visitor centre we walked around the battlefield ...
... at the nearby Prestonpans and soundly defeated them.
Bonnie Prince Charlie's advisers wanted to stay in Edinburgh, to gather support, but the Prince wanted to continue marching on England, expecting to find more support there. But they found none as they continued to march South. When they got within 6 days march of London, the Prince finally started listening to his advisers and turned back to Scotland. They knew there were two English armies behind them, and feared ...
... A battle was fought there in 1689 and there is a point called Soldier's Leap, where one jumped across river to escape and actually made it. After the walk we had lunch in the picnic area there. Jumping back on the bus we drove to Loch Morlich. It's a loch with a beach, and surrounded by pine forest. Well they call it a beach. It was gritty and a funny orange/brown, but I'm used to being spoilt ...
... br> 12. See Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
13. Watch the sunrise at Giza, Egypt
14. Helicopter Ride over the Grand Canyon
15. Complete the Oyster Race
16. Visit the top of the Empire State Building
17. Explore Denali National Park, Alaska
18. Gamble in Las Vegas
19. Go to the Smithsonian, Washington
20. See a show on Broadway, New York
21. Navigate the ...
... be left alone!?
The train arrives and we manage to get on only to be confronted, yet again, with the incredible human condition of indifference. Two young lads, about nineteen years old, tanned, handsome, sporting identical work shirts for Scottish Hydro; either side of a four-seater table, both with their feet up, one ear-phone in; just exuding I-don’t-give-a-damn-ness. The woman is begging, between little jumps of pain, for them ...