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The days walk was a pleasure - meandering paths through very pretty agricultural land. I know some folk find this section boring but for me it was very storybook pretty and pleasurable. Tom and I stopped for coffee at Drumgoyne Farm (about 12kms into the day) and it is well set up for WHW traffic with loads of seating and pretty decent coffee - and best of all BUNNIES! Four happy fluffy bundles hopping around ...
... for the night, Spaj went & asked for suggestions at the local pub, they informed Spaj Sterling accommodation was very expensive it would be best to stay 10 minutes out of town. So we headed to Bannockburn where we found The Whitehouse B&B for £59 with a hot cooked breakfast & next door to a pub. Wendy the owner showed us to our room, the rooms were cosy with each having its own ensuite, tea, coffee & biscuit facilities in your ...
My goodness - what happened? I went a whole day without taking a photo. That makes up for some of the other days when I take 150!!
Since I've got plenty of photos I'll add a few more from previous days otherwise this will look like a very bare entry.
Well the weather was pretty ordinary and I needed a bit of a retail therapy hit, not to mention that there are lots of birthdays in January and ...
... chilly walk back).
Despite the swarms of parking Nazis, Edinburgh was a great city, full of Ghostly charm and medieval mystery. We walked under the South Bridge where apparently thieves, hookers and killers had spent their days in medieval times. We saw none of these, but it definitely had a shady feel to it.
Edinburgh is laid out like a giant fishbone, with the head being the castle and the bones of the ribs being the little medieval streets. Walking ...
... in my own bed that night. And so, credit card at the ready, I bought my new ticket, called my hubby, and boarded my flight which got me home at midnight.
The trip was life changing in ways I haven't completely understood yet. That I was able to manage the rigors of the trip, and end it feeling better than when I began, has given me hope for the future. We are already planning our next overseas jaunt for 2012. I am focused on living and life is very good!
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