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... a great time. Rena had the lunch all ready for us getting back.
In the afternoon Holly and the boys made Chocolate Muffins with a Buttercream icing and an iced Ginger Loaf - yum yum!
On the Wednesday morning the boys had a long lie until about 11:20 am. After lunch at ours we visited Craignethan Castle in the Clyde valley. The boys had great fun running around and climbing the steep banks.
... we are well on our way, and despite the rain, the cold, and the dark, we are still very excited! Unfortunately for those attempting to sleep, Dad is especially getting into the Scotland mood, with his slightly overexcited playing of Scottish bagpipe music after we crossed The border into Scotland...naturally, he accompanied the stereo with his own human bagpipe sound effects, much to the chagrin of the dignified members of the ...
... and got soaked in Iguazu Falls - all in 7 months!
With the completion of this last page of the blog and its conversion into a book, we will be able to treasure the trip for evermore.
In total we were away for 68 nights which was over 70 days of travelling - here are some of the stats:
- 25 Flights
- 4 nights sleeping on planes - 3 of which were business class
- 20 ...
... ve guessed it, it was the one that was stolen in Buenos Aires. Fortunately Kenny had the details in his phone so we could confirm them to the BA staff. With the bags checked through to Glasgow, it then just waiting for the flight to Heathrow which took off on time and landed early.
We had to transfer to the new Terminal 5 which didn't take long and then get through ...
... being bought over by British Airways. As it happens BA did conclude the sale not long after we got our tickets and I think it would have been very difficult to achieve with them, what BMI has given us. And so to the next part. Part 2 was planned for this time of year as it will be spring time in South America, therefore, hopefully warm and dry. Our trips starts like any working week (not that Kenny remembers what they are like!) with an early start on a Monday morning for ...