Travel Blogs from Berwick upon Tweed
... reflecting on how negative the whole devolution debate is and an opportunity lost to have a positive debate on how do we want Britain to be. As a not unrelated aside, Robert commented today, as we scanned the horizon for another human being: " Funny to think that the major debate in Westminster is immigration and how do we cope with 7m extra people. I know it's not the answer, but we have seen so many wild and remote places." Enough rambling. My bed ...
... It so happens she is the cousin of Sarah who was so helpful at Natural Retreats in John O'Groats. A small world! Secondly, as we sat down in Carters Restaurant last night, wearing our JOGLERS T shirts we were approached by Peter and support team. An Australian, he is JOGLEing for the second time! Visit gosfordnorthrotary.org.au for more details. He was shattered and so off for an early night. We hope to catch up with him more in ...
Firstly I would like to start this blog entry with an unreserved apology. Due to my poor punctuation, some readers of my last blog entry may have gained the impression that I was likening my dear wife to a mad cow! Clearly nothing could be further from the truth and I will now seek punctuation lessons from our English studying son! By sheer coincidence (?) we are staying tonight 200 yards away from the Kirk where we were married 22 years ago. Rob and I ...
... up river and take a look at Warkworth Castle - the Percy family's (Earls of Northumberland) second castle - if that was the 2nd the 1st must be pretty impressive (Alnwick!). We then caught a bus in to Alnwick to visit the Gardens. They were established quite recently by the current Earl's wife. Very structured but still quite special with amazing sculptural greenery and water sculptures - and a bamboo labyrinth and a fantastic "Poison Garden" ...
... mine was seaside!! Beautiful. This is what I had hoped for in North Berwick and had I known I would have spent two or three days here instead of any time in N. Berwick. I sat in my room gazing out at the deep blue sea imagining what a glorious storm would be like from here.
I spent the afternoon wandering around Dunbar - visiting John Muir's birthplace and the ruins of Dunbar castle. That evening I had my first Scottish version of lasagne and garlic bread. In general ...
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