Tigh Na Mara Hotel
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... Australia, Chile, and Tasmania!!! How wild is that. I guess the Gulf Stream at this part of Scotland is warm enough to support a thriving tropical species. As a matter a fact they are involved with a scientific study on global warming. Well not too warm that day, we had three layers on with raincoats and umbrellas to ...
... as though they were throwing a British themed party, only I am pretty sure that the decorations never come down.
I have done a bit of reading on the Peace Walls (Google is a wonderful thing) and it makes my head spin that in only 2012 69% of residents believed that the ‘Peace’ walls were still necessary because of the potential for violence that still exists. What a scary, scary world to live in ….. we are so lucky! ...
... Being a bit starved of wifi at the light keepers house I also took the opportunity of the free wifi at the market to give mum a call. Seems I should have done this while I was with the kids though, as most of the comments from both of my parents centered around the kids and how much they missed them. I am trying not to get a complex!
After filling our bellies at the market we headed to the Titanic Dock and Pump House, which ...
... jump in for these moments and afterwards I say ‘what just happened??’
We were really enjoying the tour and were nearly at the bottom of the causeway when suddenly the skies opened and down came the rain. But oh no, it wasn’t just rain, that would be too easy, it was also hail! There was absolutely no shelter and we were miles from any buildings so we basically just had to keep walking through the storm. The poor guide didn’t ...
... love the UK!
That brings us to today. I stayed in all day and slept and wrote and watched British game shows. The doctor told me it would take a good week for my heels to start to feel better. I'll stay for a few more days and visit the museum and get my bookings set for the ferry to Ireland.
A note for my mother about Wigtown. As I was driving down the beach I'd seen signs for Wigtown. As I got closer I learned it was Scotland's national book town so I knew I had ...