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To be honest, I've found it very difficult to sit down and blog this trip.
I don't know if it's because we've both been exhausted (and sick AGAIN) for the last six days, or because I'm just in a really good place and happily chugging along.
Maybe I can only write when something bad is happening. Maybe we should have a fight. It's not easy. I just punched Sacha in the arm and he looked at me sadly, held ...
... days <3 . As I write this, we are on our way over to Ireland, with a quick stop over in Belfast to visit the Titanic Museum, and will be hanging our hats in Dublin for the night. We also bought some sleeping bags and a tent, after spending the night in Dublin tonight, we're hoping to find some sunshine and a decent spot to pitch our tent and do some hiking over the next couple of days. It should be interesting. I will keep you posted. Chat again soon, ...
... windswept hills which we could see in every direction. You could almost see and hear Mel Gibson yelling "they can't take our freedom!!!!". I thought it would have been apt to recreate the famous kilt lifting scene but unfortunately the weather and lack of enthusiasm as well as the thought of three old blokes from Aussie baring their rear ends may have not been an appropriate commemoration of the Brave Heart movie. I'm not even sure if the girls would have been thrilled at the idea either. ...
After successfully dropping our car off at Waverly station in Edinburgh - no dents, scratches and the original tires!!! we hopped on the train to Glasgow. After a short walk to our B and B right down town we then set out to explore. We took a hop on hop off again for a quick overview of the city. Glasgow is a great city to walk about and has lots of interesting architecture. We were just down the street from ...
... s) up to the White Tower Craig where a medieval tower stood. Also up there is the French Prison (circa 1790), The Wallace Tower (circa 1400's). Off to another side of the rock is the Duke of York's Battery and the Duke of Argyll's Battery (circa 1795). Other areas of the rock contain a Powder magazine built to hold 150 barrels of gunpowder, the Prince of Wales battery and the Crane bastion. All sides of this rock were protected. Too bad the English scaled the walls during the ...