The Cobbler Hotel
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... was about to attempt this... Anyways, I started to go down the narrow part and halfway down I was seriously debating turning around but I was brave and believed in myself and went down. After getting through the hole, you had to navigate around an area of water and some more rocks to finally reach the opening. I'd say I was pretty happy to be "free" once I got out.
We then went to our next site... this time getting into the cave you had to be completely laying down, on ...
... aged couple, one about a kid that killed animals, like burning ants, crushing wasps, catching mice etc, which was really graphic and gross, and a few others in there too. It was quite a good bunch of shorts, and they worked well with each other too, which was great. After the show, we got a photo out the front, then said goodbye to Ash and headed back to the station. We didn't have to wait long for a train, as they went every 15 minutes. But as we were about to jump onto one of ...
... in Indonesia all the way to my house in Scotland, to which came the surprising response, “Oh, is that for the Paralympics?”
All those hours after I had glared at the donkey-horse on Gili Trawangan, I was walking through the leafy suburb of Giffnock, seven miles south of Glasgow, my sister having gone to school and my parents to work.
I let myself in and, at ten past eight on that Monday morning, it was all over.
... famous Scottish peak affectionately known as the Cobbler. And you thought it was just a type of dessert. We weren't sure how long it would take to get up, and as we have very different approaches to scaling mountains, we set a turn around time, split up, and it was every man for himself (or girl as the case may be). We needn't have bothered. We both ended up on top in good time, and despite the occasional threat of rain we both absolutely loved the hike. You can try to take ...
... had given his great granddaughter such height.
A number of family oriented events were going on while all these other things were happening. One was a tug of war, in which children from ages 4 or 5 up to 55 participated. Young men were high jumping. Little ones were bouncing. People tasted sweeties and sipped tea. Marvelous!
One last touch to make this a total small community event, was the home produce and baking room. Tables upon tables were piled high ...
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