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... 8217;t finish the walk. By now I was looking forward to the Highlands and our cottage in the woods.
On September 6th we climbed aboard for a 3-hour train ride to Inverness in the Highlands. ...
... that lies ahead. We really don't know what to expect but as the furthest Kris has ever travelled is The Canary Islands and Poland this will blow his mind. But for me too, although I have travelled some of Asia, the likes of Iran, the Istans and Russia will also be completely new. I fully expect us, and particularly Kris to get new perspectives which made me think of one of my favourite poems by Robert Graves:
He is quick, thinking in clear images,
I am slow, ...
... to our hotel - well, what we THOUGHT was our hotel. Sadly, the regular Ibis was not destined to be our home for the night and we got into a taxi headed instead, for the Ibis Budget. Now, I have no issue with roughing it for the night if I'm the one footing the bill and saving money. But when it's work... no. Just no. The room was likened to a prison cell and we actually did an MTV Cribs style ...
Just testing how this works.... I'll drop some pretty pictures of the winter I'll be leaving behind soon.
Don't be fooled by the sunshine - it pretty much rains every day but I don't take photos :)
... all well and had 5 hours to kill so sat in the airport on our laptops sipping a coffee from the costa (not the usual first experience of India) before getting our taxi to the train station. We walked out past the the guards with double barrelled shot guns (a bit OTT really) into the heat and our taxi. Nomie gripped Tim’s hand at her first experience in India traffic and Indian taxi driving. Mirrors? Who need mirrors when you’ve got a horn to tell everyone else ...