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Travel Blogs from Peebles
... 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
... with children then you need to look well in advance. Alternatively, if the children are off skiing with the school you may be a group of friends taking a break at the same time.
Either way if you find the right company to handle all the details for you, you will be able to concentrate on improving your technique as well as enjoying the facilities these famous French resorts have to ...
... a couple of women standing on the stairs right below the VIP section. They are dressed in what I would call “best raggedy camouflage”.
The other VIP group are Scotsmen and they are all dressed in their best kilts but mostly all black which I didn’t realize that kilts came in solid black thinking that all of them had to have a tartan of some sort. They are totally kilted out with all ...
... 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 ...
... rainy foggy day but it just made it better! With a bit of rain all the hills have tons and tons of thin water falls running down them with fog on the top it makes it a bit eerie and mystical which is what the whole day felt like! We went through Stirling and heard the story of William Wallace (the true one not the movie version!) We stopped in Glencoe the "weeping glen" it was utterly fabulous. It looks like your in this big wet ...