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... 163;10 each to go to church. Well to look inside the cathedral. I heRd one of the other Cosmos travellers say she got in for nothing as she just wanted to say a prayer. She also got to see the cathedral from the main entrance, walked to the main alter and said her prayer. Karen didn't go into the crypt to see the roman/Viking foundations underneath the church however. I ...
Today's to do list - washing - watch rugby - drive to Scotland Ok so washing, tick, paid someone to do it. Rugby, missed the first 14 min and was 14 - 0, had to watch the next 10 min through the window as they were not allowed to open till 11 am. Was a good game and everyone agreed both teams played well, shame to loose on ...
... we stopped for a photo, and we were closer to snow than we have been anywhere else! We came through the Cairnwell Pass, which is the highest mountain pass in Scotland. The roads were steep and lots of twists and turns. It actually has gates at each end to close it in bad weather. Once through the pass, the land gradually became more typical farmland, and changed quite dramatically. We finally crossed the Forth Road Bridge, and ...
... times and he literally had egg on his face I told him but he didn't wipe it off properly) when we went inside the cast we saw Hannah (blonde girl who I walked around with in York - she is really nice - Australia), Steph (Australian, travelling with Liv (I think) who is the chick that was staying at the same hostel as me before this contiki), Sarah (South African - she is nice) and Claire (South African living in Sydney - Hannah's room mate), mika (I don't know how to ...
... built at an angle to lean out over the street. These shops were occupied by butchers who having slaughtered their animals hung them under the first floor so the blood could drip into the narrow street. In those times the street was always considered to be the main sewer line. The next sector was on to Durham a regional town that is well known for its impressive 11th century cathedral and its highly rated university. Being a ...