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... a bit of outdoor walking. At this point we had decided that we were not made for cold wet weather, me in particular. We got to reception, got the key and ran to the room. This hotel had the hottest shower of every place we had stayed yet, and it was amazing! And after a long day of driving, walking (nearly 12 miles), trudging through mud and rain and finally getting to the room, we were glad to be getting some sleep.
... and drum bands, highland dancers, and also featured bands from Korea, New Zealand and Mexico. Being a Seymour girl, which had many scottish traditions, I loved hearing the bagpipes and marching drums. It brought back countless memories from the many sports days, swimming carnivals and formal occasions, where we would all march down the hill to the beat of the drums. The castle acted as a spectacular back drop to the dramatic light show and fireworks during the ...
... Dolly, the first ever cloned animal. She's been stuffed and placed in a spinning box, they call her Disco Dolly. We stayed at the Caledonian Hostel which was pretty cool, very central and it even had a cinema room. Good upgrade from the last hostel. And yes we endured another pub crawl. One of the pubs we visited was called Frankenstein and strangely enough a mummy character was lowered down in a cage bed from above the ...
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On the whole, the experience of being at an away game was unbeatable. The half time pies were great, but no alcohol in the ground was a bummer!
It was so great going with other Aussies that the next day I was looking up flights to Jordan for the World Cup Qualifier next month.
Unfortunately £430 return is too ...