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... with our backs sore from the rocks we slept on we managed to get another ride, this time with a couple of young Swiss doctors that took us all the way to the Isle of Skye, Via the famous Eilean Donan Castle. We had decided upon the Isle of Skye because of its sterling reputation, (for beautiful landscapes), as well as a high recommendation from our Couch surfing host. We stayed in a town called Portree; a very small and pretty village situated along a marvelous stretch of ...
... nowhere, a while behind schedule. Managing not to panic straight away, we napped, and woke up excited and full of energy. Then started card games, Harry Potter references and worries of being stranded in London overnight. Having planned in detail our 3 hour gap in London, we were desperately looking forward to sinking some pints in a local Wetherspoons and wolfing down ...
... has been used as an armoury, a royal mint, a menagerie and also is a full time residence of The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (or also known as the Tower Guards or better known to us as the Beefeaters). This group of guards was formed in 1648. They have a distinguished history of fighting in many battles all over the world. They fought in the Flemish wars, Napoleonic Wars, Crimean Wars, Indian and South African Wars. In recent times they were in both World Wars, the "Troubles" ...
... deported , Kidnapped , Being someone's ***** , Guantanamo bay and arrive safely back in SUNNY Norfolk in July then the trip can be deemed a success. I also have visions of being in a scene from Deliverance or the hills have eyes so hope that doesn't happen as I can only play the first part of the duelling banjos then im screwed :-)
Will try n update this every day but who knows !!!
... a real adventure and on to Madame Tussauds. It was awesome taking pictures with the rich and famous, but the best part was the train ride about the history of London and the final 4D superhero action movie at the end. We loved it and like all great traditions we ended our journey we a latte from Café Nero. Walked home with sore feet down Regent street to see the statue of Eros which was under renovation. Garfunkels was our restaurant of ...