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... as a teenager I had a couple of holidays in Dunure and I thought it might be nice to revisit my past. The walk was nice (apart from the first two miles which were uphill along single track roads). I slogged up even more hills crossing very boggy moorland and then followed a rather overgrown track through a pine forest. I was really glad of the GPS device, if I hadn't had it I would definitely have been using my compass to find my way. The forest ...
... was two hours late. Yeah! More time in Scotland. There was no one in front of us at security. They had 8 lines open to flush people through. Nice. I looked for the VAT office, but I miss read the information. I really needed customs to stamp my receipt. After running around the airport multiple times, I gave up. They won. We went to a Skylounge for a few hours while waiting for our flight. Our flight took off at 11:00 and we arrived ...
I give you one try to guess what day it is.IT’S MAHH BIIIRRRRRFFFDAY!Eh, I’m 20 :/Oh well!So I woke up really early today, which for those who know me
is not my ideal birthday morning.But it was ok as I was going with 4 other girls to the
Highland Games!As I was getting ready (in ironically the exact same outfit I
wore last year…such is a traveller’s life) I got given a box of chocolates!How sweet is that! ...
... of their family. Kind of reminded me of my trip to Philadelphia I took with my dad some years ago visiting his childhood homes. Anyhow, only Gill and Gail's brother Graeme were born and lived some time in Glasgow. Gail did not. We first saw where their Auntie Peggy lived in the Maryhill section of Glasgow. Quite nice section today. The next stop was where Gill and Graeme grew up in their early years. We saw the church they were ...
... a staff member how far to the station and he said a ten minute walk.
Got out to the road and yet another "which way?"dispute. The guy had pointed in the direction I could remember from a map Al had shown me earlier. Al wanted to use the GPS and had it oriented wrong so wanted to go in the opposite direction. I just started to walk in the direction I thought. Asked further directions from the trolley man at Tescos and we were going the right way ...