Huntingdon House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dumfries
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... and dirt that is collected from your environment each day.
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... built on an old railway line , it had a few steel cut outs of famous Dumfries people.
Then we wandered through town and Cecily said oh look there's a rabbit. After a closer inspection we realised that there was about 30 of them. Then we up to the gardens at the Crichton hospital which were magnificent and even included a rock garden, Cecily thought it was better than the rock garden at Kew Gardens - so that puts it in perspective.
... is NO grey water system.
15. The Rooftop guard rails have been replaced with a low cost, hollow block wall, to save money and maximise personal profit.
16. Building permits, NEVER actioned.
17. Door frames loverly and smooth concrete forms, but mis-aligned.
1. Unfinished roof 'flutters' in the wind, unfinished and unfixed to wall.
2. No guttering, although storm drains are provided, although no canal for overflow.
... at 6:50 am. After we landed,then came the fun stuff. Luckily we got chosen to jump the queue as we lined up for immigration, the look on the face of the people at the front of the line was priceless as we were ushered to the front and told to go next. A bit embarrassing really. So here starts the backpacking thing. We don our backpacks, front packs and Peter also carry's the smaller backpack over his shoulder. £85 quid by taxi ...