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Deck the Halls with Travel Souvenirs

There are two types of Christmas decorators.  The first has a theme, a colour scheme, their baubles match their tinsel, the second doesn’t.  I fall in to the latter category, if it’s plastic, metallic and looks like it’s from the … Continue reading

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The Christmas Express – Brechin, Scotland

In a small town in the north east of Scotland something magical happens on December weekends. People begin to gather at an old Victorian railway station. Regular trains have not run here since 1979 but today the ticket booth is … Continue reading

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Brightness in the darkness – Edinburgh’s Christmas lights

The Living Rock goes in for Christmas in a big way. By December hours of daylight have reduced to six. A little something is needed to tempt us away from hibernation, and, like moths to a flame, we are drawn … Continue reading

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