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Today was a much quieter day as we spent our last day in Edinburgh. The sun shone for the most part but just as we hit the city after lunch the heavens opened. Since then it has been rain or drizzle on and off. We are SO pleased that we went to the Tattoo last night. The Fringe Festival is still in full swing and even though it was wet it didn't seem to ...
... landscape unfolding before us. Upon arrival we were treated to smoked haggis biscuits!
We succeeded in having the planned quiet time. One afternoon we went to visit Abbotsford House, the ancestral home of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832). He was the author of Rob Roy and Ivanhoe and many other novels and poems. The home has been recently renovated and worth a visit if in that part of the ...
We found Ellie and Lois and French tourists!!! Obviously played drinking games!! Started the adventure with a jungle party in the middle of nowhere, experienced mad Thai taxi antics!! Full moon - koh phangan - lots of buckets, paint, neon, raving and craziness!! The beach became a great hotel for some while we rolled into bed. ...
... past the Bath Cathedral. Very pretty around here, there is an enclosed stone bridge crossing the river . Very nice so am going to go back into Bath again before heading home. We headed back to Semington and past thru a village called Bradford on Avon, it has a pub with AD1500 aboved it's name, so many old buildings here. Of course the main street was so narrow we had to wait for a truck to negotiate a corner before we could move in ...
... including a guildhall in use since 1088 We had a lovely evening with Sharon and her family at their thatched cottage (heritage listed) with oak beams and a large kitchen with a big range. She had cooked a delicious meal of local roast pork with all the trimmings and lemon cheesecake! They have 3 huge dogs and 3 children and 5 horses so are a ...