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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
... and I'll tak' the low road,
and I'll be in Scotland afore ye!"
So today we were on our way to Scotland – and songs from Blarney Stone (pub) outings were running through my head ;-P Our first stop was at Sainsbury’s for some brunch, and what would have been some fantastic views of Pendle Hill (if it weren’t for the …
... coffee we headed to Pitlochry for lunch. This is a very popular tourist destination and is a very pretty town. Colourful floral baskets hang from all the lamp posts. After lunch at McKays we went for a walk to check out the fish ladder where 5000+ salmon move upstream every season to spawn. Sadly we were a bit late as the fish counter showed 5023 fish had already made the journey.
Thursday night we went to see ...
... up two hours early. sooooooo good and the nz army band was supurb, xcellent.
Missed bus home as we do and jim had had a couple of drinks so we got a taxi home.
arrive home and all the neighbours are here. oh dear.3am bed. not used to this. AND its Jims birthday today 3rd so guess its party tonight too
Their daughter sophie and aj (grandson) are here so ...
... than done, but with PM's nifty thinking and secret safes we seem to have managed it without too many tears.
By June 19th 11.30am we are, officially, on the road and winging our way to Liverpool; with a brief rendezvous in the Lakes with a menagerie of alpaca's and a tiny, fuzzy baby blue tit, as you do.
Our three sleeps in Liverpool were made memorable by not only three of my ...
... laps during bus rides! Even better, without the swiss army knife, our bags could go as carry-on and there's no time wasted waiting for luggage after arrival at the airport. Customs and declaration officers don't even look at you and scammers aren't very interested either. Less in the bags means quicker packing up times and less to get lost. I cannot go on enough about how much we've enjoyed backpacking with small bags!