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... morning of our trip, the British Airways stewardess arrived at Talia's seat after she woke up, with an envelope from none other than the TOOTH FAIRY!! Wowza! What a surprise. This set up our time for Scotland really well - and in one particular person's case, a wee bit richer!
Let me tell you now all there is to see in the London Airport! Wait….I don’t have any recollection. I was too busy running ...
... so it is useful be right in the heart of it for the few days we are here. The downside of this location is the noise from revellers in the street leaving the pubs. As we were quite late arriving we headed out for dinner, finding an atmospheric pub which has live music every night at 10pm. We resolved to return each night to listen to the various musicians. Our first full day here Ron and I set off to explore the main tourist parts of the. Old ...
... so why then do most people insist on wearing black or grey coloured clothing? Wouldn't you want to wear something bright to give a bit of life to the place? Seems not as I stick out like those things a dog has while wearing my bright red jumper and bright red rain jacket. Let's play spot the tourist. Tomorrow brings my last day in Scotland, will be a bit sad to leave. Although I fear the time has come as I find the little voices in my head have started ...
... was a gorgeous sunny day. As was Sunday so we headed over to the Ellwyn for the session.
I have so many pics of the Castle but none with blue sky as a background so have taken lots more pics this week whilst in town. Hope you enjoy them. I also visited St Cuthberts but couldn't get in as it was too late so inside photos will follow. This Parish Church is at the foot of the castle and Christianity has been celebrated continuously on this ...
... woman called Laura. We drove out of Edinburgh and made our first stop in a little town called Pitlochry for coffee and cakes. As we kept driving north, Laura told us a lot of stories about Scottish history, with dramatic pauses, character voices and hilarious expressions. I don't think she was trying to be funny though. Eventually we got to our lunch destination - Loch Ness! We could also choose to do a boat cruise on the loch, which most of us did. It took us out to ...
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