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... go through security. So there we are entering the Parliament doors, and putting all our belongings in a tray like going through an airport and Patsy then being further examined all to enable Noel to have a pee. After successfully completing this task, we both said that after 5 hours on our feet, we would make our way back to the apartment. We were actually getting quite tired and a seat and a drink was required.
We had a pit stop for ...
... Although tourism vies with fishing as the
most important industry in these small villages, fishing still seems an
important part of their character. I
must admit though that I still have a lot to learn and struggle to understand
how Scotland, apart from the oil industry of the North Sea, makes its
living. Agriculture is important and on
this trip to the Highlands I learned finally that some of the Scottish wool
We set off fairly early and completed the Royal Mile walk, ending at Edinburgh Castle as it was another beautiful sunny day. The Tattoo had its last performance on Saturday night so there was a lot of activity outside the gates as the seating etc was being dismantled. Once inside we marvelled at the views across the city and then linked in with a guided tour. It was a very brief 35 minute outdoor tour (due to the beautiful day) which started at the bottom of ...
... br> I was met by Simone who was very nice and chatted about general things to do with the guest hose and Edinburgh and showed me to my room. I am at the back of the house and, as such, think it will be quieter and a little darker. I think this will suit me for, those who know me well, know that I need total dark and quiet to be able to sleep properly. The room is a little bare but does have all that I need – even if I do have to leave my room to go to the ...
... and it's saved me several times. Just a cheapy that doesn't hold nearly as much charge as the Nikon, but it's enough!
Bandana: don't take up much room and are fabulous for mopping up sweat in the jungle and keeping your hair out of your eyes. I lost mine and had to buy another.
Sleeping Bag Liners: Small and light we used them frequently in Asia. Sometimes because we were just a little bit cool ...
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