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... around Aberdeen and Dundee which were really big and a blight on the skyline, the hospital food and of course the sandwiches. One piece of further advice, don't drive in the city of Edinburgh, it is an absolute nightmare.
All in all, Scotland was everything we thought it would be. A great country. Can't believe though that they are about to have a referendum to be an independent country from England.
There is still lots of history in ...
ULLAPOOL & OVER THE SEA TO SKYE
Relax and enjoy the pristine landscapes of lochs and mountains on your way to the fishing town of Ullapool. Then admire the scenic splendour of the Cuillin Hills as you cross the lsle of Skye to your hotel in Portree.
Up early again- wifi only in the lobby and wanted to get the LFP before departing.
Today's weather offered up a little ...
... security I met up with a lady who was also travelling to Glasgow and we paired up for the duration of the wait. It was nice to have a coffee and a chat. She is a speech therapist so I was able to ask her about her involvement in schools. I managed a sleep on the final leg of the journey. No spare seat this time! Read a little , watched movies, listened to music (Leonard Cohen, Frank Sinatra). The one saving grace with Emerites is the more ...
... to talk in the beginning because I told him how sketchy the turbulence was touching down and I was nervous we would have it going up. So thats how the conversation started. Then we talked quite a bit throughout the flight about his culture. He was already engaged to be married. He had been engaged for a while. Their culture is so different from us. He was talking about how loyal he is to his girlfriend, and how their marriage will ...
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But nothing made it feel as real as it did on Halloween 2011, the day of my departure.
With paediatrics out of the way I was at home for the last weekend before I set off, having nice dinners with my family, seeing my sisters, my brother, my nephews, my brother-in-law, and most importantly, my Mum and Dad. It wasn't an entirely pleasant weekend though - waking up on Saturday morning to hear the news that Qantas ...
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