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... to the internet, but I will try to update this as often as possibubble!!! P.P.S. You guys who have opted to get email notifications when I update this can let me know if it has worked! Not that I have really left time for a Plan B if not SO FINGERS CROSSED! But as they say if Plan A doesn't work, stay cool, the alphabet has 25 more letters! Well, turns out that wasn't all after ...
The past two weeks I have experienced the real meaning of the words hard work and perseverance! University work has taken over my life and really tested me in terms of my academic abilities. With assignment deadlines and completing my Spanish module 4 weeks ahead of schedule it's safe to say I feel somewhat relieved that the majority of the work was handed in today! But now the real challenge ...
... be in the least bit surprised by this - to sort for actually going away! But it's a good kind of stressful! I am so excited I CANNOT WAIT! Anyway, I just wanted to try to get to grips with this app before heading away (technology is NOT my thing!) So ciao for now! PS - it is so nice being able to write without worrying about referencing or word counts (McKenzie, 2014). ...
Woke up to pouring rain but as Lady Luck has been happily by our side, the rain stopped just as we were getting on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Yes it's permanently docked in Edinburgh harbour and is open to the public. It just so happened that they were celebrating the yacht's 60th anniversary, so we were very privileged to be there for this special celebration. Had a good look around and took lots of photos and then had Tea in the tea rooms on ...
... feel slightly uneasy as we were very high above the water. Our next amazing treat for the morning turned out to be a railway viaduct 510 ft long, in the stewardship of the National Trust. It was built in 1863 at a cost of £5730, the ten masonry arches having a 35ft span. It was spectacular standing underneath it and looking upwards, the decorated towers standing very proud against the arches. We walked on arriving at the Killiecrankie Visitor Centre about 90 minutes later ...
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