Above: Auvergne and Aquitaine Regions in France. Instagrammed July and August 2012. Continue reading
Taken a couple of hours after Feckin Boat, Anstruther, and just before heading home.
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On Sunday, Sean and I drove to the Fife fishing village of Anstruther for fish and chips by the sea. It was such a gorgeous evening that all three fish and chip shops had lines stretching out the door, and the seafront was packed with people perched on benches and walls, tucking into fried fruits of the sea. Continue reading
Clockwise from top left: Bicycle on George IV Bridge, Telephone Box on the Royal Mile, Greyfriars Bobby Pub, and Calum Lykan, Storyteller and Edinburgh Guide, Wearing a Traditional Great Kilt.
Edinburgh and I go back a long way. One of my earliest memories is of being carried, by two men, in my pram across the railway tracks at Inverkeithing Station to catch the train to Edinburgh from Platform 2. That was when railway stations still had porters, and health and safety concerns didn’t restrict the use of common sense and calculated risk.