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... lock Then on the way back we stopped at another little town and walked around Now heres the fun part. We moored at a spot to see Morton Hall built in 1530. Guide said a little walk through pasture. It was about a mile through all kinds of cow pastures ! Good thing i am a country girl!! Walk was worth it. But unfortunately ...
... home for dinner.
This week starts our Festival shows and some touristy things thrown into the mix for Adam. So until then I leave you with some photos from our night out. Not very historical or awe inspiring for you but I had a damn good time.
"Just as a wave is a movement of the whole ocean you are the energy of the cosmos, don't ever underestimate your power"
Till next time
Fluffy Bunny Rainbows. XxxxX
We got up this morning, and packed up the bags again. I picked up our laundry (yay, clean clothes!) and we chilled in the common room for a bit. Then Meghan came to pick us up from the hostel to drive us into Belfast. It took probably about an hour to get into Belfast, and we got a pretty good insight into a young persons perspective on the troubles in Northern Ireland. Apparently it's still very bad, especially in Belfast, and if people knew that Meghan (who is Catholic) was ...
... 8217;s Seat in the afternoon, which is supposed to offer the best views of Edinburgh. But we ended up getting too busy wandering the mile again to make time for it.
We had made plans to meet with Kathryn again for dinner, and Graeme and Iain decided to join us too (Nan’s children). We went to a pub called the Bee Hive Inn. Graeme laughed at us when we told him where we were going because he had just finished shooting a music video there for Belle and ...
... tree...get lost in its branches
Ooo that door... I wonder what's behind it
A city with endless possibilities
Open your eyes....shut them now