Monthly Archives: September 2016

Aisha’s Challenge!

Aisha’s Challenge It is called Arthur’s Seat. It lies just outside the city center on the edge of Edinburgh. It is a little less than 1000 feet tall, but the way I went was the steeper of the options. There … Continue reading

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Unexpected Bonus

Unexpected Bonus this Morning I checked out early and went to the bus stop to wait for the bus to the ferry. I took some final pictures of Tobermory with the caption: I DON’T WANT TO LEAVE. Another fellow came … Continue reading

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Beauty Bath Today

Beauty Bath, soaked in it! At the moment I am sitting on a bench high above the hotel in a secluded spot with a stone wall behind me, surrounded by trees. The wind is blowing with gusts strong enough to … Continue reading

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Made it to Tobermory!

Made it to Tobermory The last two days have been filled with more people to meet and beauty beyond description at every turn. Take that literally. The roads were winding and every time we came out of a curve another … Continue reading

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Heard my Name

Standing at Hostel Desk – Someone calls my name! The elegant hotel in Glasgow was very nice, but I have switched to a downtown hostel. This place is about 20% of the cost of the hotel. It is huge, 9 … Continue reading

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Couldn’t leave Belfast!

Busker and Opera Singer I became so enthralled with the community at the Vagabonds Hostel, that I booked another night! I even had to change rooms they were so full. People kept coming in filling the spots of those left. … Continue reading

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Couldn’t leave Belfast

Originally posted on The Call to Live:
Couldn’t leave my friends in Belfast! I became so enthralled with the community at the Vagabonds Hostel, that I booked another night! I even had to change rooms they were so full. People…

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