Dunskey Guest House
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Relatives thought we were a bit looped with all the driving we were doing to quite different parts of Scotland, but it all depends on your perspective. In western Canada people will drive 8 hours each way for a weekend... preferably a long weekend, but we don't always have the luxury. So a 2.5 hr drive from Edinburgh to Portpatrick in sw Scotland on a sunday evening was not a huge deal. Now counting 5, with me, my mom, ...
... well placed to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet. There is
also a 17acre Moorland Walk, an interesting combination of cultivation versus
wild. Bluebells grow in and between broom, blackberry and bracken. Birdlife
include a number of lyre bird pairs, their unique calls echoing throughout the
meal was Thai Chicken at the Crown Hotel in Portpatrick. Filling but not sure
about the Thai influence!
... the rain horizontal so none was coming in. We cooked up a hot soup for a late lunch as we debated if it was worth staying. The rain paused for a while and James went for a wander outside to find the window! After many attempts we managed to wedge the window back in and instantly there was warmth inside! We decided to stay the night as the wind was still horrible and all there was to camp in was the pine plantation. We hung up all our soaking jackets and pants hoping they might ...
... 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 ...