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... headed to Beauly for a late lunch and a walk through the town. The most notable attraction of this town is the Beauly Priory built as a monastery in the 13th century. Only the external walls of the priory are still standing but it is set in a lovely garden full of graves dating back to the 16th century. Some of the oldest graves were inside the ruins. We found a pub which looked promising for dinner before finding our accommodation for the ...
... at their publishing business taking inventory of books coming in and preparing orders for outgoing (making money) shipments. After an hour and a couple of screw ups, we were fired. Just in time, preventing Paul from declaring bankruptcy. Whoever said foresters could count? After lunch we headed into downtown Aviemore for some shopping (Marks idea) and to pick up some Scottish pounds. They don't use Euros and when we go to England ...
... and generally upset because I try to avoid running, like, ever, let alone at 6 am with a carry-on in tow. 2. They try to sell you things. They never stop. Every 10 minutes they're asking you if you want to enter a lottery or buy their electronic cigarettes or purchase some luggage (I'm on the plane going somewhere which means I have luggage already, thanks).
Got to Edinburgh and had a really romantic reunion with Isabel in the middle of ...
... at the door by a nicely dressed scottish gentleman. (Photo op) After the tour we came out and it was raining, but the we had managed to get great pictures so we were happy , On we go to our next bed and breakfast on the Isle of Skye . This will be our home for the next two days. I'm driving again. Oh wait a round about lol not to worry. I think I can I think I can. Yes I did yes I did. I got ...
... only 100 miles from Norway. There are no extremes in temperatures with summer temperatures being 14 degrees and winter is 5 degrees. The Islands cover 400 square miles and the Orkadians regard themselves more Nordic than Scot. There are 130,000 sheep and 130,000 beef cattle on the islands as well as dairy cattle, pigs and 21,500 people. The animals are indoors for 7 months of the year so the crops are grass and bare barley for feed for the animals in the winter. We visit Highland ...
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