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... get up close, they're remarkable to look at. The Helix The Helix transforms under used land between Falkirk and Grangemouth into a thriving urban green space. The land is marshy, has large power line pylons and is next to the M9 motorway (similar to Roe Highway running between Great Eastern Hwy and Orrong Road) They've done a great job in designing the park, with a performance area, a man made lagoon for canoeing and dog ...
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One of my "take a punt" shows at the Fringe. An interesting play that explored our modern communications and social media and how we show only a certain aspect of our lives on it.
The acting was OK and it was quite funny, but the play itself was a little disjointed for my liking, it felt like watching the TV, listening to the radio and reading a book all at the same time.
Siddhartha the Musical
I had ...
... cards! - Battle of Bannockburn: Well, this was unexpected. We showed our Scottish Heritage cards and were slotted in for the 3pm game...umm, what?! We learnt about the Battle of Bannockburn by playing a virtual board game. Matt was on a team with another guy (they were the England side) and I was on a team with another girl (we ...
... happens when you start to delve into these things, they tend to become way more complicated than they need to.
In the end we came to the conclusion that we were playing for luxury and a touch of class rather than pure glitz on the kind of scale that only America can do. We also opted for a non-casino hotel as we thought that with everything we are planning a little oasis of calm would be nice to retreat too.
After much consideration we booked ...
... lunch, Ian locates Kinneil House on the road map and we make our way to it for a walk in the woods. We also hope to locate the Antonine Wall which is only about half a mile away.
We eventually find the house - it's very poorly signposted - and enjoy our walk through the woods. We locate the wall, although you would never recognise it if it were not for the remains of a Roman fort alongside an information plaque. It's nothing like Hadrian's Wall!