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... to be subjected to. Women if your a size 20 wear size 20 not size 12 and think you look sexy - you DON'T!!!
There are definitely not as many numpties on the road here as in Perth.
Crisps go with ANYTHING!!
Some people just have no manners.
Well that's it from me for now from Bonnie Scotland. Hope you are all well and happy and may your lives be filled with ease and grace.
Love and Hugs
Our taxi driver recommended Ilkley as a good spot to get too without having to
drive back through Leeds, so to Ilkley we went.After a quick look round we found the tourist inof which was closed, but we rang the accommodations they had listed and found one, a hotel, bar, chippy etc by the river. We booked in, ordered our eats and enjoyed the ambiance, followed by a
short walk along the River Wharfe and over one of its old stone bridges.
After a good nights sleep we headed ...
... some packing organised before we headed over the Angels with Trumpets, which is a local restaurant on the Royal Mile which was recommended by the owners of the restaurant in Cupar.
We had a lovely meal – the presentation was great. Ian scallops were served on a piece of slate and my chilled pea soup was poured from a teapot. Our meals were fantastic and it was a great way to finish our five weeks in Scotland.
... found us crossing the Tweed Bridge, the original wooden structure having been built in the 15th century. Ornate lighting was spread across the bridge at strategic intervals and the continuous traffic highlighted the importance of this river crossing point. The Roadie left us to get a coffee on the terrace of a local hostelry and we continued through the town passing Out and About, an outdoor equipment shop that Stewart had been to ...
... hitting up the shops one last time. By now it was nearly mid day so we checked out of the hotel and left our bags to go in search of a pub for our last Scottish meal before Scottish Dave, the taxi driver, picked us up for the airport. We headed back down the hill in behind our hotel to the slug and lettuce pub hidden in a cinema complex on Picardy square just beneath Calton hill. The server laughed at me for ordering scotch with coke (its ...