Ardgarth Guest House
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... Now back to the patisserie....Moo however had.....you guessed it!!! Chicken!!!! Finishing up Moo had me buy her 6 pink macaroons. How and where my daughter puts all this fat filled garbage is a mystery to her mother and I. I fear one day she will wake and come to me crying 'Dada, I can't see my toes!!' Until that day Ill just have to enjoy ribbin her, while I make her mother laugh. As we continued exploring a slow but ...
... of Brendon's we easily navigated our way to the city and then out to the suburbs.
Feeling a bit peckish again by this stage we spotted a corner with a cozy looking pub and set our sights on it. A couple of favourites were ordered including a fantastic bangers and mash all washed down with a couple of local porters.
The next few hours were spent in the warm confines of the pub writing postcards and ...
... me. Playfully of course. He was purring the entire time.
Wednesday, 24 September 2014
Word from the Liu household told confirmed that Sassie was investigating into my disappearance. While he is not the type of cat to show his feelings to me, he did search high and low in the Liu household to find me, with no luck. But good news for him, I am only a train ride away for now. Admit it, you miss me Sas. ;)
... seven sails are computer-controlled from the bridge; no human hands touch the sails. And a hydraulics system stabilizes the ship during rough weather to virtually eliminate movement that can cause sea sickness. The ship moves comfortably at all times. This is boutique sailing at its best.
Today the weather has cleared a bit and the high will be 73. After breakfast we took a nice walk up to Calton Hill, one of several ...
... to explore the highlands of Scotland. We had an ambitious itinerary ahead of us which required us to head west to Sterling and then all the way up to Fort William and back. It took a while to get the car from the rental company, but once we were set to go we gathered a good pace.
Our first stop was Lake Lomond about 77 miles west of Edinburgh. We avoided all the highways which allowed us to experience the true beauty of Scotland but it also slowed us down a ...