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... and saw the ruins of Kelso Abbey.
Then we walked on the side of the river Tweed and then drove back to the house and played in the backyard and then had dinner and then went to sleep.
... Rievaulx Abbey ruins to have a look.
We had a long drive North as a part of the main road was closed due to flooding. Then we finally we drove into Scotland and to Kelso and stayed with our cousins Nick, Ally, Xavier and Isaac. And we had dinner.
... got there, it was mostly shut.
We met Debs in a deserted car-park and found the last chip-shop open north of Newcastle. As it happened, it mattered not a jot. Lynn was absorbed in the hunt for a heron and an eider-duck, happily spotting both, and I was catching upon five years of absence with Debs.
Once it started to get cold, we drove back to Rothbury and continued the chat until after midnight.
... 1pm where we started looking for B&B's. Most were booked up, and they were proving to be quite expensive, so we kept driving north. We finally found a suitably priced B&B in Berwick-upon-Tweed (pronounced berik). This meant we had passed the sights we wanted to visit so we will to go back to them tomorrow. Berwick is famous for its Elizabethan ramparts originally built back in the 1300's and the most ...
... didn't get to see the other villages. We went to a pub for a beer and watched the highlights of the final 22 overs of the Test Match. Got a bit of stick when we told them we were from Australia.
When we left Melrose by the back road we found we were about a mile from the Abbey when we turned back. The Scots like signposts as much as Sydney does.
Monday. Another day another move.
This time back to the Newcastle ...
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