Glenteviot Park

Hassendeanburn, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 8RU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hassendeanburn, Hawick, is near Hawick Museum, Drumlanrig Tower, and Wright's of Trowmill.
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    Tips To Help You Treat A Yeast Infection

    A travel blog entry by impartialdiva63 on Sep 21, 13

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    Tea tree oil are terrific natural remedies for yeast infections. Mix a few drops of this oil with a carrier oil, such as sweet almond, and gently apply it to the vaginal area. Do not use tea tree oil in an undiluted form, as it may cause burning. The oil has anti-fungal properties that make it great for fighting yeast and restoring your natural balance.

    Try to eat a cup of yogurt each day to keep yeast infections at bay. There is bacteria in yogurt that ...

    Day 36

    A travel blog entry by owiedoeseurope on Oct 24, 2012

    ... my daughter she would probably prefer me not to know. Seems she is quite the party animal and is well known for something called "The Courtney Hour". This is where she takes over the party and is often just before a visit to the toilet or a nearby hedge. Learned a new drinking game that they are all a bit keen on called "Beer Pong" It basically involves trying to get ping pong balls into some paper cups with some beer in them. Needless to say after a while Paul and I retired as ...

    Grand houses and more

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 26, 2012

    2 comments, 19 photos

    26 August

    The Elm House people have redeemed themselves. They were very interested and helpful this morning. She ran me out to near Roberton which reduced the length of my walk considerably. I knew that Mabonlaw, where gg grandfather John Beattie lived with his daughter Helen in his later years, was off the Harden Road, but I didn’t expect to come to Harden House first. A welcoming Englishman?, now owns it along with Harden. Although he had ...

    Hawick in the rain

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 25, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... matters. Sundays were devoted to religious practices and reading suitable religious books. In his family, at least, they seemed to be well schooled. This was around 1840 and 50s, well before compulsory education from 1872.

    One of the most interesting sections deals with the whole process of marriage from proclamation of the banns to the actual ceremony which began on a Wednesday with their equivalent of a stag party. After refreshments ...

    Auntie Mae and Devon

    A travel blog entry by jennybe on Apr 21, 2012

    1 comment, 18 photos

    Hello everyone
    We are back in Henley but have just enjoyed several days visiting
    my Aunt in a little village in Devon . We got a lift to Reading station and caught a train down to Exeter where my cousin Sharon, her youngest son Toby and my Aunt collected us. Chudleigh looked much the same and Auntie's 2 cats wa rmed to us quickly and ...