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... we were in the middle of the street quickly disabused me of that notion and we had to scurry back to the sidewalk. We ended up at a pub toward the bottom of the Royal Mile and got sucked into participating in a Pub Quiz.
Oh what a humbling experience. I made the mistake of naming our "team" The Canadians, and I'm sorry but we did not represent our country well, coming dead last by the time we decided the embarrassment had been enough. ...
... 8211; image a fisherman on his trawler on the lake at a time when the lake looked dark and still. The mind would wander and dream up such monsters.
As we drove north, the landscape started to change dramatically. The lush green hills close to the lake started to give way to high mountains and rugged terrain. It started to look like a trekking enthusiast’s paradise.
We wanted to tour a whiskey distillery in Oban. However, frequent stops ...
After many months of planning and research, our holiday can now begin. Ya dancer Just in time by the look of it as SNOW is forecast this weekend !! Checked the weather in Hong Kong. Lovely jubbly. This is my first attempt at one of these so be patient and have a laugh if I cock it ...
... quite a few places I really want to see, and I think I'll see if I can get my big camera to take nice photos on (maybe I'll ask for a camera for christmas, I find it annoying having to carry a DSLR around when I don't understand the features enough for it to be worth it).
I'm super excited! :D
'Till next time!
PS: Not sure whether or not to tell my friends about this sooner or later. They already hate me for not having any exams...tee hee :)
... are in our seats (for another long wait). The rain is accompanied by low cloud cover making it feel very dreary. It looks as though the rain is going to continue and I opt for a plastic rain poncho to augment my jacket so at least now the front of my legs will be somewhat protected.
Excitement builds as the start time nears. Through the cloud cover we hear (but do not see) the flyover of the RAF Lossiemouths and Leuchars, and we are underway. The torches are lit on ...