Travel Blogs from Ayr
... maniacs, most of them being chained and terrible to behold. On holidays numerous persons belonging generally to the lower classes, visit this hospital and amuse themselves watching these unfortunate wretches, who often give them cause for laughter. On leaving this melancholy abode, you are expected by the porter to give him a penny but if you happen to ...
... roughly 6pm, the flight was short from Newark and was in the smallest plane I've ever been on! We were met by a 'buddy' from UNCG who then drove us back to the university. It was quite a challenge fitting us all in along with our bags but we managed and so arrived on campus just before seven where we were welcomed by fresh pizza! The representatives from the university helped us to collect our room keys, induction packs and hired out bedding to students ...
... high compared to other places I typically visit. But the water is drinkable and police presence is minimal. There are lot's of sheep.
The weather is wetter than Seattle and the people seem to just joke about it and go on. You should bring a umbrella or rain hat when visiting here.
I will publish this now but hope to add more to it when i get home
Go wander someplace!
... dogs but I wish you both well. Also, shout out to Gillian Collier who has relocated to Oz from Foxboro and Gillian Howell who is now officially an RN.
Things I've learned:
1) Ground floor = 1st Floor.
2) kerb = curb, tyre = tire
3) Virgin trains have this awesome thing where you can walk between coaches because there is a shop on the train. it's very Jetsons.
... down the road from the Giant’s Causeway there is a tourist attraction which is a rope bridge which leads to an island (Carrick-a-Rede). People cross the swinging, high up (I think the drop to the sea below is about 30m) rope bridge to explore the island. I think the island just has grass on it so the attraction must be crossing the rope bridge and being brave in the face of angry seas while on a tiny bridge.
When we got to ...