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... pokarekare Ana!! Then Waltzing Matilda (which is apparently a rip off of an actual bagpipe song), and When the Saints go Marching. Well that was a surprise. He knew we were the kiwis too because when he started playing our song he was looking at us as if to say do you recognises this?? 23rd August Today we went to Edinburgh for the day. On the way there Andrew told us all about the history of Scotland from the original people called the Picts, through to the Scottiers and Vikings ...
... white sandy beach and waterfalls. Caught the ferry from Tobermory in Mull to Kilchean mainland Scotland which is nearly the most westerly point of the mainland. The roads on the mainland again are single lane but thankfully not much traffic. Made our way to Loch Eilt where Hagrid and grumpy skimmed stones across it. Ended up at Millaig very nice and clean guesthouse. Had tea from the supermarket prepared meals.
13th. Had a great breakfast this morning prior ...
So as you know I made the bold decision to pack light and so went for a 30L backpack with plenty of pockets, a water bladder compartment, an air back system and a waterproof cover. This decision was partly the result of the luggage restrictions on the flight which, because of my inability to tell how much things weigh, I grossly underestimated.
The restrictions were:
Glasgow to Cancun with Thomas Cook - 20kg hold and 6kg hand.
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... from Ecuador who are now studying here. Instead of taking a highway back we decided to take the one lane roads through the Scottish Highlands. For most of the drive it was just us and the sheep on the narrow and windy roads. We both agree that Scotland wins the award for best forests. They are so pretty with their moss covered trunks and twisty branches. If the weather had been warmer I am sure we would have been camping in the woods. ...
... to the Scottish National Gallery that I enjoyed so much last time, as Gray was keen to see it. I enjoyed it just as much the second time; there might not have been the shock of the unexpected Rembrandt or Leonardo around the corner this time, (although The Kiss still takes your breath away as you enter its space - you are SO close! And you have it all to yourself) but thus time there is the warm familiarity of re-visiting something beloved.
A cup of coffee in the ...