A town by the sea

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At the weekend there I went on holiday to a beautiful town just an hour away from where I live. It’s definetly a place I would recommend people going to if you are ever in Scotland, not far from Glasgow so it would make a nice little day-trip. It has everything you could ever ask for; the sea, lovely people and a great high street full of shops and restaurants , really more of a small city with the feel of the traditional small town. I am moving there when I am older. Its decided, my mind cannot be changed!

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Here are some of the post-cards I bought from a little knick-knach store in the center of town for my pen-pals. As you can see Ayr is the birthplace of  Robert “Rabbie” Burns. To celebrate being the birthplace of the poet they have a festival every year and they also have the visitors museum where you can see where he was born etc. We stayed in a beautiful caravan, and if you look closely at the tree there is a magpie in it! I have never been so close to one before.

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One of the main reasons I love going to Ayr is the beautiful beach where you can go for long walks or just sit down and have a great day with friends and family, here is some pictures from one of my walks and some of the beautiful  shells and stones I saw.

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And finally if the town and seaside has not caught your attention, look at this giant cookie that can be bought! It was delicious, the food was delicious.

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If anyone wants to know anything about Ayr or anywhere else in Scotland/ The UK  just ask me and I will answer/ write a post about it etc !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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