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... yet. I checked in and had a shave (exciting I know). My plan was to arrive back to Melbourne all hairy, but two problems. (A) it was a rubbish beard and (B) it was itchy. The scary thing is I got a shaving cut...on my finger. Yep, not used to blades I accidentally sliced my thumb (not too badly luckily) putting the cover back on. So, having just been to the shop to get a razor I went straight back to to the shop to get band aids. So ...
... the era. Gravestones (rocks) re depicting clans were scattered in the field. We followed the banks of Loch Ness, 24 miles long, 1 mile wide is very deep and fed to River Ness and the Caledonian canals and series of lochs that are used for pleasure craft to Fort Augustus, with a stop at Castle Urquhart to find Nessie. The swing bridges open for a number of boats and can delay road traffic which occurred for us at Loch ...
I was lucky enough to attend several games and commute back and forth between Glasgow and Edinburgh. I went to the gymnastics one day, saw the marathon race, the first day of the rugby sevens, the cycling road race and the closing ceremony.
The Rugby Sevens was intense! I proudly took along my NZ but amongst the boos playing Scotland I was to fearful to wave it around. The atmosphere was electric.
My friends dad Paul was ...
... into my journey, and I
kid you not, it did not stop.The transport museum was really good, but again I don’t want
to bore you with details of it.At 3ish, I began making my way to Hillhead Station. Where I
was meeting Barney.It still hadn’t stopped raining, the shoes I was wearing
were non water-proof because they were flats. (Ok, maybe I had done a tiny ...
... but all of the grassy areas are so green, it almost hurts the eyes.
Once we arrived at the pier, we boarded our boat to take a 30 minute cruise of England's largest lake. Perfect timing as we just got to the top observation deck (covered deck, thankfully) and it started to rain. We then realized the only way back down to the lower levels was to go back out in the rain, so we toughed it out on the top ...