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... time and we felt horrible we had to cancel our visit last year, so it was wonderful to meet them in person finally. Hugs all around and I was called "lass"....now who doesn't love that?
Beth took us up to the apartment and showed us around. It's a charming spot in the heart of the Royal Mile about halfway between Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace. A basket with fresh croissants, jams, shortbread biscuits, and a bottle of wine ...
... into disabled travel with a cheap week in Benidorm, or a weekend in Paris. I am bound to Beijing. This will be my most challenging trip, even considering what I did when I was well. It all feels very unreal, but I must trust the logic of the situation, I have contacts to meet me there, money to pay for a hotel and a fare back in 16 days, so logically, worst case scenario is that I see nothing but the inside of a hotel for 16 days, but at least I will have ...
... 8230;you'll likely be hearing about this in my more educationy bits of the blog). The place is most well known for two reasons: one because it housed a group of something like 1200 prisoners from the Covenanter movement (religious bit involving Presbyterians, let me know if you want more information, otherwise I'll spare you or let you do your own research) in 1679 for around 4 months without any shelter. Most died, and the few who didn't were sentenced to transportation ...
... VB loves it as much as me...and the
kids are singing songs around the house as much as she does. Ummm....we are
kindred spirits for a reason!
Before taking the one hour drive to Anstruthers we had a
yummy German Pancake breakfast with real Canadian Maple syrup....was yum.
VB said it's her mom's recipe and I tell you....this is something I must make
at home! I love spending ...
... hair for 37 years here in Bruntsfield. I asked him how he got into it and he said he was from a very poor part of town and left school hoping to get a labour job like in masonry but when that didn't pan out he applied at a hair shop and never looked back. He said he knew he wanted to do something with his hands so this suited him just fine. Back in the day there were only two hair shops in Brunstfield (one barber and one hairdresser) now there ...
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