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Travel Blogs from Dunfermline
... to see this group of South African boys who are performing Biloxi Blues, they all came to see MOD last night.
Unbeknown to me at that time both Jessie and Bacon were ingesting large quantities of said Honey Loquat, in order to get their voices ready for our performance.
At 4:40pm we performed in front of a very large crowd of people on High Street, once again the healthy members of the cast performed to ...
... train line between Dalmeny and Linlithgow, under the M9 again, over the A90, over the Forth Rd bridge along NCR 76, over the A985 and along NCR 65!! Our journey followed minor roads for the most part and we found ourselves in open countryside with fields of barley and oil seed rape. However we soon hit a more urban landscape. Lorries transporting anything and everything to/from industrial units and warehouses took over the roads. We walked through an ...
... Jemimma Puddleduck!
We visited a gift shop that sold locally produced jewellery made from the local heather, and well, it’s been a whole day since I had received any jewellery, so naturally, we made a purchase.
Having visited or passed through Windermere, Almere, Grasmere & Thirlmere lakes we continued on through the Great Lakes district, passing fields dotted with the Herdwick sheep, legendary in ...
... accent!), we finally found it. We read that usually we have to buy tickets in advance, so that's what we were planning to do, buy tickets for the next day. As it turned out, they weren't as crowded as expected and we got tickets for the next time slot! We had about 40 minutes to kill so, we wandered along the Royal Mile. The Royal Mile is a stretch of streets going from Edinburgh Castle all the way to Hollyrood Palace. ...
... up to Orkney and see some of the sights of Scotland that we need to explore.
Q. I'm keen to have a top 10 of your favourite activities / days etc.
Wooft, 10?!? To save completely boring everyone I'll stick to top 5, maybe
1. Halong Bay trip. A real once in a lifetime experience
2. House boat on Keralan backwaters - luxury, peace, quiet, stunning
3. Jeep trip in India - how to see a country the real way, heading out ...