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... my way passed them with all my boxes etc. By the time I got to my bike all the cars were just about off the ship and i was last off. Of course being last off meant being last in the queue for passport control and so it was a long wait out of the docks.
Finally I escaped and started making my way up the road. I decided as it was such a sunny day I would go cross country and keep away from the busy roads. I only had about 50 or so miles fuel left in my tank but thought I would ...
... in the hallway at home this morning. Super weird but appreciated. I have brought one of the famous bar double decker buses with me on the trip. I will be taking pictures of it in front of unnamed landmarks, the first to identify the place will gain points. the top three "point getters" will receive a free ticket to the whisky tasting i will host on return in the end of August. Hope that you all enjoy what i post and that the people who stole our money spend it with ...
... having a joke at our expense as when we walked onto the massive A380 plane, we found ourselves a couple of rows from the very back of the plane, in the middle two seats of the four seater middle row!! To make things worse, I had a crazy, unkempt looking dude sitting next to me, who I’m certain, was suffering from some kind of mental illness. As he jiggled and jittered next to me, tapping me on the shoulder every other minute to “turn off my tv, ...
... handy for a cost savings! We finished up with the Castle, skipping a couple of parts, and walked down the Royal Mile looking for food. But first we stopped into the Scotish Whiskey Experience, not for a tour, bought bought a few sample bottles to try at home. Names of which, I didn't recognize!! Continued on our way towards Princess Street and ended up in one pub, that didn't have a children's license, so around the corner we ended up at The Doric. The meal was great. Not traditional ...
... long we were in Selkirk and lost. Another B road took us back to the A707 and north to Rosslyn Chapel, made famous in the Davinci Code. The chapel is smaller than the film would suggest and has a history which is far more intriguing than that presented by Hollywood. The weather continued to be fickle. We stopped for a pint in Roslin and then headed in to Edinburgh. Heavy traffic ...
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