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Travel Blogs from New Cumnock
... I was waiting for someone; she did not care. I needed to "collect my mother" and leave. Welcome to Scotland!
The accents here are incredible! When I leave Scotland I will have picked up a wee bit of an accent. Its my goal! I need the accent!! I need to constantly follow around some locals to learn it. But it definitely will not be in a creepy, "I'm stalking you and eavesdropping on your conversation," way. Mom ...
... is gone, but the embankments around it have been converted to Castlebank Park with very large trees (and owls hooting). I was told a bowling green occupied the castle site, but found a very flat area like an abandoned, extra large, house platform, near a few stone remains. It looked suitable for bowls, but not any more.
I enjoyed many aspects of this town, but Lanark in some respects has a rather “down market” flavour. Grills on many of the shop ...
... and tries to calm him. She can barely string a sentence together through her twisted mouth so her efforts are fruitless.Mind you, this is from a highly intoxicated English man who lives in Scotland selling legal highs to children and has never been to Australia so it is more amusing than anything.
The lovely bar lady just says "Welcome to Catrine."
... br> >95% of hoose windows have flowers or some other decorate feature in them, purely to enhance the external sweet look of them
>Everyone loves a pint
>Meeting the in-laws
>How happy & relaxed it makes my darling boy
Yes its true, it does exist. Today was a time for learning and magic and off to Hogwarts we went. The beautiful old gothic buildings were amazing and inspired the desire to go there. I have a cousin currently studying there and she told us a story about choosing her University. She had two she really was interested in and Glasgow was one. After arriving on open day she looked up and her eyes went wide and she knew ...