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2 weeks ago we learned of mr grandfathers diagnosis of cancer. The Initial diagnosis was fairly promising. However, a series of unexpected turns in his condition has seen him (David Rodgers) lose his very short battle with cancer. As a result we've decided to fly home for 10 days to attend his funeral and spend time with family. Our journey continues on Saturday the 14th in ...
... the 20th Cashmere, tartan and tweed shops we decided that we owed ourselves a stop for lunch. At the end of the Royal Mile is the new Scottish Parliament. We took time to wander around and have a look. It is very modern and interesting. In light of what happened yesterday in Ottawa, it is interesting to reflect on the security at the Scottish Parliament. There was only one ...
... chocolate mousse once we boarded the plane.
The plane trip itself was good. We received some breakfast and I slept the rest of the way.
Once we got off and received our bags, we went straight to the hostel, put our bags in a locker and wen adventuring. We saw a lot of the old town, not much of new town. It was pretty but extremely busy to walk around because of the fringe festival. Lunch was in the Black Rose Hotel. Pretty cool standard ...
... morning we got off to a bit of a slow start, and ended up having breakfast at a small breakfast place in our neighborhood. While the locals beside us opted for a coca-cola and cheesy-chip (pretty much poutine for my Canadian readers) breakfast, I decided to go for the more conventional eggs and toast. After spending a good forty minute in the tourists information office booking a highland tour for Sa***************ed back to the city centre. Our first attraction of the day was ...
... all are now being back in Scotland. Some may question why she would leave New Plymouth but I can certainly understand how sometimes you just need to return to your roots, to your home! They live in a lovely little village called Edzill, certainly somewhere I would choose to live.
We drove from here down to the coast to see the sea. Yes it was freezing but it was so lovely to see the sea and have a walk on the beach, shoes and ...