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Scottish fare

Stopping in the Scottish town of Forfar, famous for the alliterative football results (Brechin City three, Forfar four) and looking for lunch, I eschewed the town’s other claim to fame, the Forfar Bridie – a type of pasty. 209 more words


Edinburgh 18-9

An Englishman, a Scotsman and an Irishman met on a train bound for the end of the United Kingdom. Not even out of London and the politics began. 151 more words



The Daily Post photo challenge Adventure

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The storm before the calm

Glenelg Jetty at sunset, taken for the Daily Post challenge Dialogue

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Beach life

It seems that the whole of Adelaide is at the beach… But it’s not crowded.

Strolling from Glenelg to Somerton along the beach, we met our friends more or less by chance (as you do here).

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Inner city fray

This is the shadow of a frayed palm leaf from a tree wedged between two office buildings in Adelaide CBD.

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The first of Warmth

No one comes to the beach to be sad.

Here in South Australia it’s not yet spring, but today is the first warm day. Twenty degrees, blue skies (as ever) but the feeling of burn on my face hints of summer to come.

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