Castlecary House Hotel
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... ceases to amaze.
My last day was spent in the city making sure i saw as much as i could. Did a long walk to the Tall ship museum, then a tour of city hall. Another great day in Scotland.
Alison has been a lovely host, and lucky for me she hasnt a very strong scottish accent. There have been people that i have overheard, and not been able to understand one word. Tomorrow i am on a short train ride to Edinburgh
... across a bridge to the Isle of Skye & the a quick trip to the other end & onto a ferry back to the mainland. Didn't see that much. Been there done that. Into a town for lunch & then the long haul to Glasgow. The hotel not to bad. Once again no heater. It summer over here you know. Meal not that good but you can't win them all the ...
My new route home included one night in Glasgow, Scotland.
I flew from Dublin to Glasgow in the afternoon, and contemplated staying the night at the airport since I would be leaving Glasgow at 10am the next morning.
Instead, I chose a cheap hostel in Glasgow.
It was a good thing I didn't stay at the airport.
I could only use my phone when I had wifi, so before I left Dublin, I made sure I knew how I was getting from Glasgow international airport to ...
"Aye, fight and you may die. Run and you will live at least awhile. And dying in your bed many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days from this day to that for one chance, just one chance, to come back here as young men and tell our enemies that they may take our lives but they will never take our FREEDOM!" - Mel Gibson as William Wallace, Braveheart
Glasgow was a very domestic experience. Turns out the world is ...
... for 2 cars to pass with stone walls bordering either side of the road. The 'road kill' is a little different here to Australia, we had to avoid pheasants, a number who only survived thanks to Narelle's quick reflexes. They also don't bother with fences to keep the sheep in, they graze right down to, and along the side of the road. This is alright for the adult sheep who are possibly used to the local traffic, however it is spring and ...