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... went on a walking path, possibly about 800 m long, to the top of a Aonach Mor. It was a lovely vantage point and the clouds came and went, alternatively obscuring and revealing the view. When we descended in the gondola we stopped for lunch at the cafe and then drove on through Fort William towards Glencoe. The views of Loch Linnhe, with towering mountains behind it, were absolutely beautiful. The road we were driving ...
... a Maoiri village in Akaroa, and the Sydney Harbour bridge climb. Other ports I will decide what to do when I get on board. We will be travelling through the three Sounds, which are Milford, Doubtful and Dusky. These are meant to be breathtakingly beautiful with peaks rising out of the sea and a great many tumbling waterfalls. I have for the first time on a cruise booked a balcony cabin so will be out there with my trusty wee ...
... terror they must have felt was quite overwhelming for me. I spent a few more days in Edinburgh, then off to Glasgow. I haven't got much to say about glasgow. It has been the first city where I have felt uneasy about travelling alone. Although my hostel was next door to the city's park, which was a peaceful place and where I spent most of my time. Next stop is France, where i'll be practising my skilled art of franglish and may be forced to sample multiple types of cheese and ...
... exploration, having persuaded Jim I could walk back to Forth.
I had been told that it was wild moorland country up at Forth.The only heath I saw was between Wilsontown and Forth, although some of it may have been forested. It is a pleasant short walk and the men (and boys, maybe women and children in the earlier times) would have passed this way twice daily.
I found out that the school dates from 1850 and is about to be replaced. It ...
... back home) New Zealand
- Dinner with Rhys and Rachel in Auckland - amazing sausages and plenty of fat bird wine
- Cape Reinga where the seas collide
- Our road trip involving suicidal cows and wild dogs
- Surviving the horror scene of Dargaville
- Seafood festival in Auckland
- Maori night in Rotorua