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... through and eventually stopped at a Morrison's supermarket at Whitley Bay as parking in our motorhome was becoming mission impossible. We then moved on and drove through an area which I really liked the look of but could not find parking again any where so we drove and drove until we saw a sign for tourist information and went to get some help. We parked on permit holders only but at this point didn't care. Here we discovered with the help of the lady in the information centre that ...
... made their way the whole way across the Loch with sonar equipment looking for unusual patterns. Apparently, there were some unusual patterns detected, but nothing was found. Hmmm …. Convenient I say. Imagine the tourist dollars that would be lost if they actually found it! Or a poacher shot it!
Day 91 – Drumnadrochit to Edinburgh
We are currently in our second night staying in Edinburgh. The place is certainly worth a longer ...
... also a black and grey lambswool scarf. That evening I met Susan and Judy and Robyn for dinner at Greyfriars Bobby, saw the little statue on the way. Afterwards we went to the Royal Oak pub and had such a good time. The jamming folk musicians were really good, a big hairy guy on guitar with a good voice, a lady with a great voice with a huge vocal range, a very friendly chap on bass (!), another ...
... isn't such a bad word over here. Listening to a song, they bleeped out ****, but not ****....interesting. My favorite of their sayings is when they say, "For **** sakes." in their Scottish accent that you can barely understand. Besides cussing, I was learning how to do the Scottish accents. Paul described it the best. You drag the vowels and **** the consonants. It actually works. Overall the night was a lot of fun and there were some really fun people in the ...
... drinks that are reasonably priced.
We arrived in Edinburgh and took a taxi to Nickie's place. After sitting down and talking about what to do and where to eat locally, she mentioned that on Thursday nights at the local pub they have an open mic where people come with their instruments and sometimes sing, depending on who ...
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