Address: West Stewart Place, Hawick, Borders, Scotland, TD9 8BH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on West Stewart Place, Hawick, is near Hawick Museum, Drumlanrig Tower, and Wright's of Trowmill.
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Top Self Help Advice For A Higher Quality Of Life

A travel blog entry by littleappendix4 on Sep 22, 13

... and minor, long-term and short-term. These can be hurdles from the past, present, or future. Explore the different ways that you were able to overcome past adversity, all of the possible solutions for your current issues or problems, and how you might prevent future hurdles or develop a contingency plan.

Low self-esteem problems are often part of a vicious cycle. We do not wish to draw attention to ourselves, so we slouch and slump our way into ...

Day 3. Isle of Portland and The Fleet

A travel blog entry by fos53 on May 20, 2013

7 comments, 5 photos

... two slips, two trips, 4 flies in my eye and 2 in my trap! Whilst running round a couple of rape fields I was mobbed by flies in my yellow vest but they go away don't they. So what is it with these premiership referees? Changing shirts from yellow to green at half time because of the midges! Come on guys, man up, run faster!
So at the end of the day spirits lifted, soreness all but gone and looking forward to a full (longish) day off road! But not the ...

Grand houses and more

A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 26, 2012

2 comments, 19 photos

... it for a holiday he was happy for me to go up and see it. It was half a mile or so up a rough road which gave me a good opportunity to see his farm. Everything seemed very well looked after and stone walls divide all the paddocks. He said a shepherd had lived in the house until the 1960s when it had become rather derelict. He did it up in the 1990s and has recently begun letting it. It is high on a hill with the land falling away towards the west; remote ...

Hawick in the rain

A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 25, 2012

3 comments, 1 photo

... 8220;pranks” were performed the groom’s feet were washed, then the women were allowed to join the party. The following night was the bride’s turn, after she had spent the day “taking home” the blankets, sheets, clothes etc that she had been making over the previous winters. Her feet were washed too before the men joined the entertainment. Gifts were plentiful and everyone came to the weddings. On the wedding day a ...

Goodbye London!

A travel blog entry by mady.bolch on Jun 01, 2012


... is an Aussie pub in Shepards Bush. The drinks were dangerously cheap and the band was good, but there wasn't many cute boys (except for the bar tenders). An old South African man wouldn't leave Lisa and I alone all night, he kept trying to take photos of us saying that he had to take the photos home to show them how beautiful Australian girls are... Hmmm. We had a fun night out, it was good to go out and dance. We did a day trip to Stonehenge (or as ...