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... br> We drove back to Edinburgh a different route and were home 12 hours later. It was a long day, but very worth it. Not being a morning person, Sarah snoozed quite a bit of the journey, but Harriet and I made sure to wake her up whenever we saw something worth seeing!
Wednesday, October 23rd
We decided to be adventurous and athletic and climb to the summit of Arthur's Seat, ...
... to read language. If it helps clear the haze for you, don't hesitate to let your family members know about our web page, as it may be valuable for them also.
The martial art known as Ninjutsu is very secret, with a very clouded history. The history isn't documented all that well, as most of what is known about the martial art is that which has been passed down from generation to generation. There are a lot of historical records that ...
... undercurrent of class in everything that happens, from first class train carriages to second class letter boxes. I could put those down to historical accident, but it's more than that. It's very loud conversations held in upper-class accents, with the impression created that my conversation is so much more important than yours that you should just shut up and listen to it. And be grateful to breathe the same air as me.
... We have noticed a lot of drilling rigs and oil and gas platforms. I'm sure we will be seeing a lot more of these.
Tonight was the first formal night which coincided with the Captains Reception. Everyone looked pretty gorgeous in all their finery. Dinner was, of course, delicious!! Wayne had Beefsteak Tomato & Mozzarella Tower and Beef Wellington. I had the Penne with Lobster Chunks and the Grilled Lobster. Yum!
... two houses, although the wreckage was scattered as far afield as Newcastle.
We continue our route to Langholm which affords brilliant views of the countryside. I ignore Ian's cursing about the road being full of pot holes. Here we stop at the riverside, a tributary to the Solway Firth. This is apparently the place to feed the ducks and ducklings. In the field opposite where sheep are grazing with their lambs lies the site of a castle which ...