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... we're energetic, and their eyes lit up as they spoke of their beloved home. I've loved the sun too, October has been a perfect time to visit Rome, warm but comfortable during the day and cool enough to sleep at night (also handy to top up the vitamin D before heading back for the Baltic Scottish winter). We have walked miles and miles, necessary to burn off all the olive oil and gelato, and Kev and I have drunk our weight in Lambrusco, realising after our last trip that it ...
... was prepared with a rain jacket, but after about a mile I no longer need a jacket. I warmed up nicely. While it looked as though it would rain a few times on the walk, the rain stayed away for the entirety of the walk.
I was pleased to discover this gem, because I have been wanting to get into a routine. I believe that it will help ease my feeling so f being homesick. I plan to go running in the morning.
... actually a few signs telling us what everything was (didn't expect that for a free castle!). After we dried out we headed to a bird of prey centre in loch lamond which had a great array of owls, falcons and eagles (some massive owls that looked like they could fly away with a cat in their claws...) and then headed for Glasgow. Hayden and I went exploring in Glasgow and managed to find the main street and some of the commonwealth games leftovers (namely a giant tent selling 2xl tshirts ...
... spread of seafood for dinner and a ginger beer watching the sunset. On our way back to Edinburgh we stopped off at Glencoe mountain. They have a chair lift that operates all year round. For £10 you get a packed lunch and a lift pass to go the top which I though was pretty good value. We sat at the top eating our lunch in our shorts and tshirts which was a bit funny because only 100m was left over snow from the winter. Last winter there was so ...
... someone else I know, Mum!
And here I am – a great big hug to Peter whom apparently gave a glowing reference! I have now unpacked my suitcases and stored them under the bed. Need to go tomorrow to get sheets and towels – hopefully the doona cover is clean and glad I had a shower this morning! Bought some ox-tail, vegies and groceries down the road. Pot of soup on the stove! Friday Pizza in the oven! Heaven.
Oh – and I found Vegemite ...