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Travel Blogs from Dumfries
As I sit thinking of cell cell
I realise it would be hell
If she was at taco bell
and not with me
Because you see
She is a beauty
Yo Cell cell
Wanna chill and watch bush babies mating? (;
... Bruce trail around town noting old pubs, plaques, paintings etc. We walked along the river enjoying the glorious sunshine and no winds! We found a nice spot along the river for a picnic lunch. We spent the rest of the afternoon hunting a supermarket and exploring town, we eventually found the Scottish version of Aldi which is called Lidl to stock up on some fresh veggies for our walk. The plan is tomorrow we head to Beattock then walk part of ...
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... out in chalk, which is the underlying rock on the ridge. It was first done in the mid 1600's as locals thought the ridge was the sight of a Saxon victory over the invading Danes. There are numerous white horses scattered around WItshire at other sites all thought to be celebrating these victories. At the top of the ridge are the remains of an Iron Age fort. Not surprising that they built one up here with the commanding outlook over the countryside. The horse ...
... we got fitted up with wet suits and our (being me, Ollie and my cousin Megan) instructor told us how we get up on the skis. We have to bend our legs up to our stomachs in a sitting position and then, with our feet in front of us, our legs bent, we pull up to a standing position. Then the boat arrived and we hopped on board. My stomach was in a double fisherman's knot. Impossible to untie. The boat driver asked us if we had done it before. Megan had done it once ...