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I give you one try to guess what day it is.IT’S MAHH BIIIRRRRRFFFDAY!Eh, I’m 20 :/Oh well!So I woke up really early today, which for those who know me
is not my ideal birthday morning.But it was ok as I was going with 4 other girls to the
Highland Games!As I was getting ready (in ironically the exact same outfit I
wore last year…such is a traveller’s life) I got given a box of chocolates!How sweet is that! ...
... was always confused where I was. I worked random jobs sometimes as a bouncer, other times as a concrete laborer. Was really difficult work, but it was my first rugby season overseas and I had to make it work. The rugby club itself was old but yet was my first look into what it meant to have your own clubhouse ...
... even driven outside of South Australia, but after i got used to the weird clutch I have been ok. We've booked a room for 2 nights in Inverness and have already seen some amazing sights. Soon we will be driving past Loch Ness, which is a place I've ALWAYS wanted to go to! More pics to come. Hopefully I will spot Nessie. Currently we are sitting in a small pub while Matt drinks a Guinness and i drink a coffee. Tata for ...
... look around and get some throat lozenges for me and look at the markets, shops and old buildings. Matt's hoping to go to Park Head, home of the Celtic Football club today as well. The sun is shining, there isn't a cloud in the sky. Honestly, I don't know why the Irish and Scottish people all whine about the cold weather - we haven't seen a single day of cold weather yet! We keep hearing the same old saying, "This weather is so ...
... way was very well signed and the walking fairly easy. We met two groups of girls from St Georges School for Girls in Edinburgh out on a bronze DofE expedition assessment. We wished them well and hoped they had plenty of water as the day was hot! Stopping for a flapjack and more water at 10.30 hrs we savoured the peacefulness, the emptiness and the beauty of these hills. Looking at them more closely the heather moorland was a myriad of colours from pale to dark green to purple to ...
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