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Having just got back from a month travelling round Central Asia where each day brought interesting new sights and stories, I find I have acquired the habit of looking at my surroundings with increased attention and concentration. And the start of summer in the West of Scotland is a felicitous time to take notice of one's surroundings: mountains, sea, birdsong, lochs, clean air, big skies, quietness, and daylight that stretches from 4 am until 11 pm.
... had even thought it was a monastery! She on the other hand didn't regard her parents as overly modern but said that they had just wanted to get away from the stuffiness of Victorian design. In one of the children's bedrooms, and safely locked behind glass doors, I am stunned to see a collection of Blackie books including annuals. Big thick books with sturdy illustrated covers. As a child, I used to own a very similar collection which Was much loved - all purchased ...
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It's quite hard to believe, but the Edinburgh Festival is over and gone. I've been thinking about going to Ed Fringe for more than ten years now, since I first heard about it, back in the late 90s, and now I've been. It's a strange feeling. It's also weird that we're back on the road again...no kitchen, tiny hotel rooms, dragging luggage around. Tonight, we're in Glasgow - Kel wanted to come here, so we're staying two nights. It wasn't even an hour on the train, so it was ...
... enjoy a wonderful lunch at Duck Bay overlooking the beautiful view over the Loch. Being non meat eaters was no problem as the fish is fresh and tasty and there was an adequate vegetarian choice as well.
The last place we stopped at was Helensburgh, Glasgow's own little seaside town. OK the beach isn't lined with palm trees but at least you can breath the sea air and get away from city life within half an hour.
On Tuesday evening we walked along the Clyde across the ...