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... something for everyone! It received a standing ovation at the end and you come out feeling so alive with energy. The second show I saw was called “This is Brazil” also an uplifting performance of singing and dancing along with the added performance of football tricks and acrobats (and some football jokes relating their latest defeat in the world cup!). This show really captured the essence of Brazil and gave you an insight ...
... to Edinburgh, Scotland. The flight was 5 hours long, which is about the same as the direct flight from Port Hedland to Brissy that we are all too used to. We should've had a couple of hours to wait in London before departing at 4.25pm for the super quick flight for Edinburgh. But there was a broken part on the plane which delayed take off for a few hours and we didn't end up boarding until about 7pm. We were flying with Virgin Atlantic and they gave all passengers the ok to ...
... is our first real experience with crowds of tourists outside London. This
time of year, we are told they do about 4,000 visitors a day but in August they
average 10,000 a day. They do say not to travel here in Summer,
obviously there is a reason. On our tour we are the only Australian's,
starting to thin out in Scotland, what's going on!! Or maybe everyone is
over the castles by the time they reach the North.
... bus station. Suddenly, there was a crash right below my seat, and our bus collided with a public transporation bus. The other bus had a broken window. The drivers were aruging and exchanging information for quite a while and everyone was getting ansy. KP and I decided to get off the us and walk to he tube station. It was only a few minutes away so we knew we could do it. Wouldn't you know, about 3 minutes into our walk, our bus passed us. Just our luck. Kathleen also almost got hit ...
Places we visited along the way were Doune Castle (ruins); Tynedrum, Dalmally Village, Kilchurn Castle, Inveraray Castle – where they film the exterior for Downton Abbey. We also stopped at Loch Lomond – which is one of about 30 000 lakes in Scotland!!! My original plan was to head north and go to Loch Ness and Inverness – but this is a 12 hour tour with about 7 hours of actually sitting on the ...