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Today Jim made crossiants with brie and bacon for our breakfast - a great way to start the day. We left home and headed up to the Highlands - something M and I had talked about doing but didn't think we would get there. We stopped off at Bankfoot in Perthshire for a coffee, of course. The coffee shop was part of a shopping complex which included a whisky shop with free tasting - of which we had to sample. We then went to Birnam where ...
... his tombstone even though it was a small cemetery. As you can imagine there were several tombstones we couldnt read and some had fallen over.
From there we went to the Canal Street burial ground to look for great x 4 grandfather - James Parlane - this was really run down as the church is for sale. The grass was taller than the tombstones andh most of them were fallen over. It was so sad to see the cemetery like this - no respect.
We went ...
The morning in Glasgow was very uneventful. I had my normal 4 pieces of brown toast during breakfast and started to pack up my bag. I was again, very lucky that there was no one else in my room and I could move around at my own will.
The walk to the train station wasn't far, it gave me the chance to walk by Georges Square one more time.The only rotten bit was that it decided to rain while I did my ...
After a hectic week of
travelling around Ireland in a Paddywagon Bus filled with crazy gap students
and old teachers I travelled to Edinburgh, Scotland to see my dear school
friend Ruby King. The lead up to actually arriving to Scotland was a *******e,
having to an all nighter in Luton airport. I caught the train from Kemble at
8pm which was easy considering I only had two stops to Paddington train station
and then had to catch the underground ...
... and walked to the hotel to drop our stuff off. We couldn't check in until 2:00, but they were kind enough to store our stuff in the meantime. After we had dropped off our belongings, we headed down the Royal Mile to meet up for a free 3 hour walking tour. It sprinkled on and off, but the tour guide was a doll and kept our minds off the rain with interesting facts and stories about the buildings we visited. We started our tour near ...