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We took a quick train ride out to Falkirk today to visit The Kelpies, what a breathtaking sight! These majestic giants are a tribute to the heritage of the working horses of Scotland in days gone by. They honor the contribution of work horses in Scottish industry and economy. Standing over 30 meters tall on the banks of the Forth & Clyde Canal, they rule the landscape for miles around. Constructed of structural ...
We slept in today and didn't leave our campsite in the wilderness until midday. When we were finally organised we went to explore Stirling. - Wallace Monument: This was an interesting stop. Had a lovely walk around the surrounding woods which was lovely. No red squirrel sightings though. We purchased our best investment yet of our ...
... onto Leith which joins Edinburgh and wandered on the QEIII Royal Yatch, which has now been decommissioned. A beautiful old Yatch which was surprisingly simple and not very fancy. Prince Charles and Princess Diana used this yatch for their honeymoon.
We then wandered the streets of Edinburg with our new tour friends from Longreach, Sam and Bec. Mikey bought himself a new outfit and looks very suave. We then travelled to Falkirk and saw ...
... initiated taking in a couple of Fringe theater shows getting us off to a great start! We saw the musical, Avenue Q, a "coming-of-age parable, addressing and satirizing the issues and anxieties associated with entering adulthood". In a word, hilarious!! It was a Tony Award winning comedy on Broadway a few years ago and is especially unique in that they use puppets (like Muppets) along with human actors. It was described to us ...
... find the station but we do find the bridge before the viaduct so now all we need to do is wait patiently - another reason why train spotting could never become a full time hobby of mine. Fortunately it's stopped raining and amazingly we now have blue skies and sunshine. Eventually we hear the whistle blow and know the train's not far away. Cameras poised we click, click, click as the train emerges through the steam and continue to do until finally we ourselves are engulfed in ...