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... early 1700s and was a weavers’ community. It has many old buildings, including The Weaver's Cottage, a typical 18th century handloom house which houses the last of the 800 looms which worked in the village in the 1830s.
We visited Abbotsford, the 200 year old home of Sir Walter Scott. We only saw 5 or 6 rooms and would have liked to see more, but part of the house is now used as holiday accommodation. There was an exhibition on the life ...
... on the floor! The Dynamic Duo are together again tonight, before Paul has 2 nights rest from Ian in Stornaway. Best meal of week this evening. I had Haggis, neeps and tatties in a whisky sauce to start, followed by poached salmon with quail scotch egg, black pudding crumble and pancetta for main, with cheese and biscuits to end, all washed down with a bottle of a House Red. Luvly jubbly!! Another excellent day, enjoyed by all 3 of us. Night night ...
... left it. New departure time: midnight! And all BA are doing is giving us a £5 refreshment voucher... Good service? I don't think so... Luckily I have wifi and my online account set up with Indian rail. Over their miraculous Tatkal allowance I even managed to book myself on a later, hitherto oversubscribed train. Fingers crossed we'll get there in time... Well, I wanted an adventure, I suppose this is it. Next post actually from India (he adds ...
Can't share many photos, accept for the ones in which my brother and I feature. No, we weren't part of the show. & No, you won't see us in Burlesque-ish clothing. (Wouldn't be the prettiest sight I'm afraid.) We did get to take a picture of some of the burlesque ladies, who were so kind to pose for a souvenir though.
Coming up in the near future: our weekend in Glasgow.
That's all for now.
... the waiter’s suggestion I took very small samples to try dishes, before deciding what to have for my main meal.
Tomorrow I am off to Hawick. Four bus changes are required to get there and one is dicey with only 5 minutes lee way to change buses. However, I don’t need to worry. The Griffins offered to take me. I thought that was way too much for them to do. But how do you argue when they say it will be a nice little outing for ...