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... awesome with there cool tricks whilst the lady that was giving the talk was training them at the same time. I took a video of the whole training of the seals but its pretty long but if you want to watch it it is at the end of the entry. At the start the lady at the ticket office gave us these cards and it had stuff on it like write what you saw and other stuff. Then we went back to our ...
... street of the Royal Mile. We laughed when we found out about the game reference while paying our bill; all through dinner we thought we were indulging in a chic cuisine hot spot grounded in celebrity when in fact we were sitting somewhere between B9 and G42 without a bingo card between us.
And so this is what I take home from my journey, some legends and histories you can access and trace through time such ...
... fathom putting my tent up in that wind. I sat in a little sitting room with a coal fire and tried to dry out a little and think straight. I was dejected, felt rejected and wanted to cry. But what good would that do me? So, once again, I had a little talk with myself and told myself to buck up and decide what to do. I looked at my map and got on the computer in the hallway and called the campground in Tyndrum, about 20 miles away, to see if they had a camping cabin. They ...
... fact it's almost right at the foot of Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in Britain. There's a Scottish fact. No, we didn't go up it, but there's an ... Interesting story about a couple groups who did. Remember our rants about narrow roads and crazy drivers over here? Seriously, people drive on almost nothing more than goat tracks. There's a joke in Alex's family that certain hiking trails in the Lake Louise area (Lake Agnus in particular) are 'highways' for hikers. To put ...
... and is quite
impressive on the outside. The symphony, ballet and opera are here as well as
rock, folk, etc.
Speaking of which Bill got us tickets to see Nancy Griffith. She was excellent.
Her voice is still so rich and strong and she was able to turn a large venue
into an intimate experience as she shared her music and recollections with us.