The Waterfront Hotel
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... gardener, Gabby, as guide. Unbelievably, I was the only
interested party! I spent a lovely hour with Gabby, who explained the history
of the gardens and passionately pointed out particular treasures in the plant
collection. The walled garden is edged by a woodland, with loch side views,
rich flora and fauna. I was accompanied for part by a herd of cattle!
I ventured to the most southerly ...
... from the sky! But no, it was just the foam blowing off the ocean. The first section was half along the coast and the other half in land. The coast was the part we were unsure of with the gale force winds. But in our favour the wind was blowing us into the cliffs rather than off, it was blowing that hard at some points James even had to hold my hand while we walked up sections! The wind would make you loose your footing, so you would walk one step forwards, blown to the right then ...
... accommodation in London, Stuttgart, Prague, as all then other places we are going. Please pay off my debt to Nadzha. Please provide money for expenses such as city tours etc. I would like to ride a bike. Could you please provide this opportunity. Thank you Father for your blessing. Thank you for the people we meet. Please protect our families back at home. Please tell Nadzha what you have planned for her and Greg and make it very clear. Thank you once again. ...
The short while we spent on the coastal road that brought us to Larne was easy on the eyes; reminiscent of the Great Ocean road in Victoria.
We made it into the holiday park early evening by which time I'd consumed more than the recommend weekly intake of caffeine and sugar. So, with blazing kidneys, daylight ...
... lucky person seating at each table . .. and those local tattie of course! Dessert included some form of chocolate so I was happy. Speeches were short and to the point, punctuating courses and leaving the meal as the center of attention rather than the speeches being the main course.. very civilized. And yet despite the lack of a formal agenda and the absence of some of the common traditions we tend to expect ...