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... And you will need your handicap certificate!
We also had a long walk along West Sands beach, where some of the running scenes from the movie 'Chariots of Fire' were filmed.
Our overnight stop was a bit of a surprise: the spot on the map was in the wrong place, and we ended up going back across the Tay Bridge, through Dundee and almost as far as Perth!
... and even more of a pain, having layered it all on, to find oneself trying to get home from the supermarket with 8 kg of groceries and a heavy jumper and a raincoat and a woolly hat over your arm because the sun has come out.
What we would find extremely difficult about living in these high latitudes would be the light - or lack thereof! The light of high summer made it difficult for us to sleep, and would be impossible if you were trying to do a job and ...
... although pleasant enough. It turns out that Sir David Lyndsay gave the first performance of his nine hour play: 'Ane Satyre of the Three Estaits' here in 1535. It seems the play was written as an attack on the Church of Scotland - blimey, was this attack designed to bore them to death? Thank God the playhouse is closed. We understand it's also been a popular revival at the Edinburgh Festival - we'll be avoiding that one too. OK, I think we've seen it all now, tomorrow we head for ...
... Church from above and destroying it. (I had a very unholy image of the big statue of the Canada goose outside of Wawa, Ontario coming to life, flying over St Giles and doing that dirty deed!). He went on to tell of his sharing of this concern with a friend who was a midwife who "consoled" him with her analogy that, “in her experience, a **** usually comes before the miracle of a birth”.
... spread out and finally relax but again I was wrong. You either had to sit in the left or right seat, not in the middle, because there was a big bump right there, and if you tried to put your head on the seat rest then you got the seatbelt connector piece right on your head, not an ideal pillow I would say. We switched bus drivers 3 times and what I found really neat was that every time a new driver came on, the accent ...