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Travel Blogs from Ayr
... the jackpot! I tried to take pictures and Mom started video taping. Again, I got yelled at. What can I say, its just my nature to cause so much mischief.
It was another early night to bed, although none of us could sleep through the whole night. Dad woke up at 11, talking to us, which woke us up. Then around 5AM Mom and I woke up and decided to try to walk down to the lobby to get wifi. We searched for a half an ...
... place of more than 3000 people, including 17 monarchs. It’s no surprise then that a number of ghosts roam the site day and night.
Anchor Tavern on 34 Park Street has a quite extrordinary ghost story, being haunted by a ghost of a dog who back in 1700 tried to protect its master from some violent thug. Legend says that a gang member slammed the ...
... marathon day trip to the DMZ.... squashed up in a mini van for 13 hours, and we survived the crazy driving!
- The beauty and peace of Hoi An
- Hong Kong's incredible harbour views and skyline
- A brilliant Day at Happy Valley Races in Hong Kong
- Seoul's electronic toilet seat
- The sadness of the 9/11 memorial in New York
- The taxi ride in Lima where we had to keep our bags out ...
... stories that Mum recalls from her mother and grandmother, and most of these Agnes McFadyen (Fisher) wrote down for my daughter Fiona when she was at primary school. She also told some of these stories in a novel she wrote in 1961 which is based around growing up at Mt Ross and living in Middlemarch (which she called Camden).
This morning I braved the train system and went to Motherwell to the North Larnakshire Heritage Centre. The quick purchase of a pair of sandals ...
... to lay it on her behalf. On Mr. MacDonald’s death in 1936, his second son Robert took over the duty, the wreath being supplied after Miss Rankin's death by Robert’s sister, Miss Annie MacDonald.
General Stewart of Garth, in a footnote, relates that Prince Charles Edward Stuart was anxious to save the house and property of ...