Dunskey Guest House
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... booked. Gord, my mom and I then headed to St Andrews, on the coast about an hour northeast of Edinburgh, where we spoiled ourselves with a night at the Fairmont St Andrews. My mom went to university in St Andrews (class of '58), and we had also spent a couple of summers there as kids, so it was great to walk around the town as an adult, see where she lived while at university. etc. Gord also enjoyed showing me some of ...
... boulder which marks the spot where Robert the Bruce defeated
the English in 1307.This is also known for its Dark Sky, that is a place where the night sky is extremely clear and so you can see numerous stars. The car park has information boards to help identify what you are seeing.
I continued onto Portpatrick, a seaside village on the
Rhinns of Galloway. It will be my base for the next 3 nights while I explore
the gardens of Galloway.
... After the decent we joined onto a forestry road went through the forest and passing harvesters. We then ventured through farm land for the last part of the day, which was even boggier than previous days! We trudged our way through and the reoccurring theme of twisted ankles and jarred knees was happening. Finally the town of Bargrennan was insight a good 2km straight through the middle of paddocks. We both were feeling sore and sorry (me a little more, James has a bit more go than ...
... Freiwilliger kennengelernt!
Aber Morgan beginnt dir richtige Herausforderung – Ich muss ,Tschuss‘ zu Mum, Nanny, Pappy, Auntie Shiona, Uncle Roly, Niall, Laura, Auntie Gillian etc sagen. Das wird sehr schwer sein! Laura kommt gestern als eine Überraschung von Aberdeen – das war sehr nett!
Ich hoffe, dass ich jedes zweitten Woche etwas schreiben kann. Entschuldigen mein Deutsch bitte – besonders die Grammatik! Bis Später
... the impressive 1.5 mile long and 343 metre high bridge opened in Southern France in 2004. Sleeping under a bridge isn't usually seen as desirable, but this wasn't just any bridge! My wild camping spot on a bed of straw looking up at this almighty engineering feat was certainly memorable.
With a huff and a puff and tired legs I made it to Bordeaux to meet Niall after cycling 1000 miles in 10 solo days! I'd also been hosted by friends of a ...