Atholl Brae Royal Mile
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I could tell by the way they spoke they all admired my mother, she was their big sister. They talked about her many good attributes namely, she was an excellent runner - very competitive and won lots of races. She was also gymnastically inclined and often did cartwheels or a hand stand in front of the unexpecting.
They also admired her for her absolute honesty and ...
... a boutique with a Spanish brand of clothing which is unique and so something had to be purchased. Now she will have to post home goods from Vietnam as we have no room for
further purchases when we get there. She is hopeless when it comes to
Were are off to the far North Highlands for 3 days returning
to Edinburgh later in the week and will post something of the Scottish Highlands on our return.
Hope all is good at ...
So...lets not talk about the mini drama of finding out my fabulous jungle retreat at the end of the trip has been double booked...all I know is a) never ever book with Expedia b) staying calm and reasonable can be good c) having a hissy fit and letting my inner child loose also works! 'ITS NOT FAIR. I BOOKED FIRST...WHY SHOULD I MISS OUT...KICK THE OTHER BUGGERS OUT!..was the only thing that achieved results... sorry to the other ...
... Tattoo, and today was the last showing. I remember touring eastern Canada as a kid with my parents, and it seemed like in every town in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick there was a drum and bagpipe band putting on a show.
We also did a tour of the Edinburgh Castle. It’s situated on the highest point in Edinburgh overlooking the whole city. Saw the Scottish crown jewels and lots ...
... that explored the catacombs beneath the city. The old stories say that these were originally intended to be storage rooms below the shops, but became too damp to use for this purpose. As these areas were abandoned by the shop owners, the underbelly of Edinburgh society moved in and began to conduct illicit business in the dark, damp recesses of the catacombs. This became such a problem that they were filled in, and unearthed hundreds of years later ...