The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle
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- Swimming pool
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... but we persisted anyway. The city is very old and has a lot of cool buildings in it. We also visited the 'Dungeon Experience' where we were led through to a series of live actors who ran us through experiences from the past like the plague, witch hunts and stories like Guy Fawkes. We stayed in Darlington that night and continued our trip north the next day, passing through Durham and stopping briefly at Hadrian's Wall. The closer we got to Scotland the ...
... feed bucket by a pheasant, which looked like the start of a really bad joke! Our walk was colder this time through quit a bit of snow, and there were a lot of crunchy slippery areas where the leaves and mud on the trail had started to freeze. I think they're called the Falls of Bruar because every visitor immediately exclaims 'brrrrrrrrruar!' from the cold as soon as they get there! The weather was insanely changeable, from sunny spells to being ...
From Oban ......diagonally north east across Scotland, through Inverness, into the REAL Highlands, and up to Dornoch where we lived 1957-1965.
Quite a long trip by UK standards. I'll never know how our parents survived the one-day drive each summer from Dornoch down to Skipness in Kintyre .....sometimes towing a caravan, and transporting a dog, two squabbling ...
... s actual great great grandfather that drove the teapot (that's what the locals called it). He immediately told us about a man, Jimmy Melville, who we would have to go and tell, he too drove the train. Unfortunately Lauren didn't know the name of her grandfather, and seeing as we had no internet up there, we couldn't email Granny to find out. We will follow it up though! We all got dressed (looked out our best clothes) and headed up to the Golf Club for dinner with William ...
... tour's fastest speed, 48.8mph, hugely commendable but....not 50mph so all records were cancelled, sorry Lee. As the finishing line approached, our pace quickened. Unfortunately not quick enough however, and the WAGS at John o'Groats had to bribe an official not to take the famous sign down for 'a few more minutes whilst the lads got a move on (we were busy having a photographical), but at 5.10pm and to a rapturous reception in swept Team LeJog. ...