Past and Present Quirky , Crazy, and Utterly Fascinating Travel Moments
An old Scots gentleman friend of my dad’s from WW2 reciting Robbie Burns’Tam O’Shanter as he showed us the sights of his hometown of Ayr, Scotland.
The twilight tour of haunted Edinburgh, and eating haggis at the Castle. Yummm.
Sitting in the ruins of Tintern Abbey and appreciating the famous poem all over again.
Glendalough – all of it – the beauty and magic of the valley, the lake and surrounding hills, making one believe there are such creatures as faeries and leprechauns.
Walking through Dublin as an avid fan of Maeve Binchy and seeing the places one only read about until now.
Loosing the GPS in the middle of navigating a six lane round about in Dublin at 5 o clock rush hour.
Walking the deck arm in arm after dining and theatre aboard the Celebrity Summit – with the Caribbean sky twinkling with stars above and the whitecaps on the water below and not another soul in sight. Romantic 5 stars.
Table 54 on Celebrity Constellation February 2009.You know who you all are!!
Our bed on the Veendam – best sleepworthy bed ever.
Seeing the guard with a gun sitting in a tree outside our villa at Half Moon Cay in Jamaica.