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... I messed up my visa, I constantly leave booking things to the last minute and am consistently arriving in towns and cities without any clear idea of where my hotel is or how to get there. Oh, and I dislike airports... I have recently spent a month in Ireland and for three of those weeks I was being a nanny of sorts to two children. Emma is four and full of love for everyone. Callum is three and the most stubbornly independent child I have ever met. He is also ...
Today we drove back from Edinburgh stopping at Gretna on the way. Gretna is historically the first village in Scotland. We visited the world famous attraction called Gretna Green. Gretna Green grew famous in 1754 under Lord Hardwicke’s Marriage Act which meant that you couldn’t marry until 21 without parental consent. The ...
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... Moor, taking our chances,
We walked a couple of kilometres perhaps, scrambling over rocks and along
footpaths, around the Cow and Calf rocks. The weather was grey again, but pleasant
for walking. There were lots of people with dogs, one with his mountain bike and
dog, a couple of joggers and what looked like a whole lot of the army, in groups,
off doing training exercises.
From there we headed for Harrogate, just because we'd heard it was ...