Travel Blogs from Dunfermline
-Britain and Scotland dislike each other. Scotland historically feels bullied by England and that’s perhaps another reason why Scotland is vouching for independence.
-Scotland is having the same problem with Social Security as the US does.
-Scottish people love the movie Braveheart with Mel Gibson! The local actually attributes the Scottish independence movement from that movie! What a bold statement! Although ...
... of Robert Louis Stevenson and Robbie Burns.
The building housing the museum is an experience in itself. If only we could have had longer there as there is so much one could learn and discover.
Back out in the street it was quite wet and windy but we made our way up to the Castle, competing with droves of other tourists.
The plan was to do the tour but at £16 per head we thought better of it, much to Kathryn's frustration ...
... and the place was packed with a couple hundred of us.
You can't beat the vibe of pre match, especially at a British pub.
I thought I'd be like a local and start off with an ale. Worst mistake ever. I prefer my beer cold thank you.
We made our way across town in half an hour on foot. It was in pouring rain but it was ...
... little pie with mashed turnips and potato on the bottom and the haggis on top of it. However it was still made traditionally so the taste was the same. It wasn’t gross or even bad, it was just very strange. It had a strong meaty flavour but the strange thing was the texture – can’t really explain it, you’ll just have to try it! After lunch we ...
... onto the bridge that the true size and magnitude starts to dawn, what an amazing feat of engineering. We were expecting it to be rather cold and windy on the crossing, however we were surprised at how calm the weather conditions were.
Venturing on from the bridge we went through Rosyth and onwards to the Dunfermline environs. Despite what you might perceive, Dunfermline appeared to be a ...