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I feel that in the UK, it's easy to say "no". Of course, sometimes
that is a good thing, and I'm not just talking about the independence
referendum, which, by the way, really was a worldwide talking point. But I am
pleased to say that I have no regrets from my travels. I saw what I wanted to
see. I did what I wanted to do. Opportunities can be big, like changing plans
to go to Borneo for example, or small, like an invitation to go to ...
... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
My house guest this week is a book-lover from England, so it seems very appropriate to take him to see the first ever free public lending library in Scotland, tucked away in the heart of Perthshire. Our route goes past Stirling so we break our journey to check out the new National Trust Heritage Centre at Bannockburn, which was opened earlier this year to commemorate the 700th anniversary of a battle which was crucial in defining the future identity of Scotland.
... NOW?" but that seemed to matter not a jot. They finally left the sea-sick one behind and trooped on board, and spent the whole trip yelling and shrieking (we think it may have all started with a rather liquid lunch) as the boat pitched and rolled. When we got to the island the main factor in our decision as to where to walk was "where the Serb-Croats aren't."
On the plus side, we saw a lot of seabirds on the crossing, mostly youngsters, especially puffins, ...
... for entry tickets to the castle. Needless to say we left in disgust and with our wallets in our pockets.
The weather unfortunately stayed wet and cold so we finished up earlier than usual. Tomorrow we pick up another car as Viv and Mal are heading down the east coast to Heathrow and we will be heading down the west coast and catching up with my friend Kimberley just outside of London. So it's bye for ...