Tigh Na Mara Hotel
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... been following the Robbie Burns trail. Such an interesting life he had. Absolute hero in this area because he was born and spent many years living nearby.
we are on our final leg now. Leaving here tomorrow with 4 days to get down to Heathrow to leave on 30 June.
I have ben persevering with trying tondownload my phots on travel blog, but it is really, really slow. So i will put some onto my facebook. Sorry to mym friends who don't have ...
I couldn't send any photos yesterday, So I will try again now.
Had a long drive because we didn't want to go via the motorway. Lots of sheep on the road, roadworks, narrow winding, made for a slow trek.
We left Whitbarrow in the rain, stopped at Gretna Green to read the history, then kept going. When ...
Disaster on Hadrian's Wall - Astrid 'shot' and duck taped! 2 - 11 June 2015
There is not a lot to report since the last blog as we have continued to meander around the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway area but there is one incident that occurred that we hope will not be repeated.
After meeting up with Susan (Jim's sister), Ashley and Richard in Newcastle we travelled along the Military Road adjacent to Hadrian's Wall. Although still cold it was sunny and pleasant. ...
... the highlands behind us. We follow Loch Lomond for some time and a wrong turn has us meandering through suburban Glasgow. We stop at Ayr for lunch, Scampi and chips by the seaside. Its beautiful. lots of kids and old people around. We would through the town, which is quite large and seems to have lots of malls. Typical half the shops in on the street are closed and half the shops in the malls are vacant!!! Just like home!!! One of them is ...
... 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 ...