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... we arrive at their lovely book-filled stone house with beautiful garden full of mauves and purples and yellows against the bright greens with Anemones, huge red Peonies, purple and other Columbines, Roses , a gorgeous purple clematis and little box hedged areas ;and special meals of Moroccan food and talk about our mothers and their incredible adventurous travels both past and present to Afghanistan and Bhutan in the 70's and China ...
... of not being able to avoid reality forever. It was
only when one of my best friends told me bluntly that whenever I went back I was
going to have that same feeling, that I accepted that flight delays can't last
I am excited for my challenge now. And I question whether this is this the
biggest challenge of them all. Starting up life again, being back in the UK,
leaving some of the people who understand me most the ...
... money. The south bank has some very new buildings which seem to be predominantly glass. Some of them are interesting shapes. Shannon was particularly interested in the new city hall building which looks like a beehive that someone has given a shove to the top of. It looks like it is falling over. Regent street and the toy shop were a waste of time for us small town folk. You had to push through the crowded streets and the kids were scared of getting ...
... for an early lunch of homemade sausage rolls at the small town of Pitlochery before taking in the views from and around Eilean Donan Castle and the Commando Monument. I bought a hairy highland cow named Heather, who everyone wanted to cuddle. We then stopped for the night in a cute little fishing town called Oban, where after dinner we were escorted from the hotel to a local venue by a bagpiper. We were then in for a show of bagpiping and traditional highland dancing. ...
Hi everyone! I arrived back in the UK on Sunday morning from Australia. This was after one of the longest journeys ever, including an 8 hour stopover in Singapore! Initially I was ok with this journey plan- but after I missed the free city tour, and had wondered across the massive expanse of terminal three, I became very bored and very sleepy..just wanted to get home ASAP! Singapore airport is pretty amazing. It has so many duty free ...