Sandilands Guest House
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... with some Hairy Coos! Highland Cattle are really cute, and we got the chance to feed one some potatoes and carrots! She was super gentle and wonderful and hairy! Arriving back in Edinburgh was hard because it meant my time exploring Scotland was at an end. I did convince Michael to come have a couple of last pints with me, and had a super fun last night! My next stop is Dublin, Ireland! Let's see what those Irishmen have to put up against the ...
... so quite a few of the punters had been sitting at the bar for a period of time. I don't think any of the "hecklers" were trying to put her off or even talking directly to her but it was a very small venue and you could hear everything anybody said.
She talked alot about Australia, trying to explain the Watermelon Head at the cricket phenomenon and Australian politics which is rife with fodder for ...
... Georgian place, with sixteen foot ceilings and gigantic windows. Most impressive, though, was the wall full of books that stretched most of the length of the living room wall. It is hard to describe the impact of a wall of books, in English, when you have been travelling for nine months straight in places where English is not the primary language. We did manage to get out of the house and see some of Edinburgh, but it wasn’t ...
... very windy, just like at Stonehenge, but at least dry. This time I only had my wet weather jacket on for the wind not the rain as well.
on through Newcastle on Tyne and a quick bus drive by of durham, of billy elliott fame. Dennis our driver managed to get us up into the main square on a VERY narrow road where the pedestrians were standing flat against the wall to allow the bus to pass.
tonight we are in ...
... notion that the “customer is always right?” Don’t think he would be around too long to enjoy his job had he been working in America. As elegant as this hotel seemed to be, it sure had its shortcomings.
We drove along the River Spey (pronounced like “say”) on the way from the hotel, and observed the fertile farming land. I was trying to work on my blog, so I missed quite a bit of the trip along the way, but I ...