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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... explanation theory worked perfectly!...in my mind.. It was noted, painfully so by Talia and echoed by Avaia, that there was no mention of A LONG WAIT IN LONDON in my prelude to our exciting trip to Scotland.
No where had I lead up to the excitement of being escorted from our arrival gate in London by a lovely One World Travel aide “Anyone Travelling to Edinburgh…? I’m so sorry, you’ve missed ...
... is that now we are back in civilisation, there are fewer opportunities to comment on, and collect the various examples of road kill we came across in the Highlands. Often we would see the carcass of an unfortunate rabbit and Vince would pull over armed with a trowel and blunt Swiss Army knife. " You can feed a family of five with this" he would scream at the top of his voice whilst scraping the afore mentioned half rabbit from the Tarmac. As his room mate I knew what treat was in ...
Ohh gosh it's morning and the ghost didn't disturb us whew!!!! Looks cold outside another day for thermals. Out the door into our rental to head to Hardian's wall. Slight technical challenge reprogramming the sat nav and then a we hiccough when we didn't trust her but eventually we arrived. Extra layers applied to brave the wind and off up the hill to the Roman fort. Gosh I love the great open spaces and bleak beauty of the moors here. Hadrian built the ...
... much closer than us though! We all walked together to the Haggis building, where we were meeting the rest of the crew, Team US, Mark, V, Mary and Victoria, and Ash from Sydney. We all walked down the Mile together to try and find the Indian place that Kay had recommended. We walked for quite a while, almost the whole length of the road, and didn't come across it. We were about half a block from the end, when Victoria decided to take charge and ask someone for directions. ...
... 8230;you'll likely be hearing about this in my more educationy bits of the blog). The place is most well known for two reasons: one because it housed a group of something like 1200 prisoners from the Covenanter movement (religious bit involving Presbyterians, let me know if you want more information, otherwise I'll spare you or let you do your own research) in 1679 for around 4 months without any shelter. Most died, and the few who didn't were sentenced to transportation ...