Swallow Kaim Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bathgate
... to return to the Country he'd once helped.
He was now going home.
And I was going home to Dawn....until the next time.
I'd like to thank everyone who has followed my wee adventure with Alex over the past week.
I will post some pics very soon.
... places for a drink but everything was packed full with football fans or Saturday diners. We caught the train back (way faster than the bus which stops at a stop every five seconds) and decided to indulge with a huge spread of anti-pasti amazingness and a few bottles of vino once we finally got the bottles open. Perfecto
Was a nice quiet weekend and the perfect catch up.
... find reason to retaliate. It's actually terribly difficult for me to hold back, being the cruel, vindictive, spiteful woman I am.
But earnestly, you are all great.
While you're here, if you want to get inside my head a bit, I suggest listening to 16 Horsepower's "My Narrow Mind," as it is firmly lodged in there, and currently takes-up the bulk of the square-footage. And of course, as we know, my brain's no granny unit.
... the ones where the guests of honour were sitting which was only a few metres from us!). Here we sat for a few hours while we watched the incredible Edinburgh Tattoo.
It featured military bands from Scotland, Engand, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, America and more, and they played bagpipes and drums and they danced and marched and sung while the castle was lit up and ...
... been on my travel wish list, but it should be interesting – and I am getting to experience BusinessFirst on the CO 752, and using a free flight pass, so that is fabulous. :-)
We took off at 8:05 p.m. and with the five-hour forward time change, it became 1:05 a.m. Sunday Scotland time. After a lot of hectic preparation over the last couple days, I can finally sit back and relax. The captain announced a flight time of 6 hours 8 minutes. Uhhhh, so short! ...