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... we enjoyed sitting back and watching the countryside, towns and villages pass by. Warren was amazed with the number of people fishing in the pondages along the rail line with hardly a metre of space between them.
The attendants constantly came around with food and drinks which were complimentary in first class and as the only gluten free food was some crisps, the kindly attendant later on in the journey brought me some fruit.
... of a lifetime. We visited Edinburgh last year on our 3 week Scottish driving excursion that took us from Skye to Portpatrick to Dumfries and many points in-between. We decided then that 2 days to experience the Festival were hardly enough so we had every intention to return this year. In the meantime, we made a commitment to go camping on the San Juan Islands off the coast of Washington state during ...
... which looks out over the North Sea. It was a pretty town. We parked next to the main street and went into a restaurant nearby. We changed Emma and had a drink and scone while I gave Emma her afternoon tea.
We left there at 4.00pm and just two minutes down the road we arrived at the Scottish border. I got Matt to stop so I could take some photos. It was pretty fun seeing the sign because obviously we don’t have that kind of ...
‘Can we have scones too please?’ I ask
‘Yes of course madam,’
‘And the ladies?’
‘Yes madam, up the stairs (of course...I had by this time found that nowhere, on the continent or in the UK, was there a toilet that was NOT ‘up the stairs’ or ‘down the stairs’) to the left.’
Half way up ...
... the Meldon Hills. We descended down to the road and met Chris for lunch. Moving on, we took a superb forest track past Green Knowe and onto the remote settlement of Harehope. Continuing up through the forest we made out to open moorland again and the route took us down into a remote hidden valley with no access by roads.
It was unbelievable to see, as we started to ascend out of the valley a bench seat which had been placed in a ...