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Tourists Beware

Crossing Westminster Bridge, dodging tourists. A Scot in multi-tartan, cap, sporran and all the trimmings is playing on his bagpipes. Foreigners pause to have their photos taken next to him. As I pass a young woman (no idea where from) stoops to put some coins in an upturned battered hat on the pavement in front of him, then places herself by his side to be snapped by her friend. 'And where're you from?' asks the bagpiper in a strong east London accent. Joy!

Posted on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 07:48AM by Registered CommenterZina Rohan | CommentsPost a Comment | References2 References

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    While travelling in a country one can find a variety of people and some are eye popping so the  tourists often stops by them to have a picture. It is a great memory to store as these memories are needed to be saved.
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    It is well baware of tourists, main safety to go anywhere, best points for safe journeys thank you for giving us precautions. Zina rohan giving us best point with this blog, keep doing in the same way.

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