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... my luggage, Tour Director at desk at same time. So we got to say our goodbyes again. It's three o'clock in afternoon, so will finish cuppa and have a bit of a wander to get bearings and tomorrow give Hop Off Hop On Tour a go. It was zero this morning and then a lovely Autumn like day getting to about 16 or 17 degrees. Have been lucky with the weather except for Tattoo. London had a month's rainfall in last two ...
... chair ready, offers for midge protection and the skin so soft rubbed on to ensure good coverage. Quick kiss and cuddle from Andy and off I went across the car park and down to follow the Loch.
I saw Flip as we climbed one of the many undulations along the twists and turns of the narrow path between the trees. He overtook me at the next car park where I waited a couple of minutes for a toilet but I soon gave up ...
... I first got the car I was going to lovingly name her 'Corrida' after the colour of the paint but I think a more appropriate name for her soon became 'Skip' or 'Whycan'tIfindmyshoesohthey'reALLinthec ar' Anyway, she's served me well so I'll be sad to hand her over to whoever gets her next. My sights are firmly set on an Audi A1 for my return to Scottish roads ...
... of drinks and then at 7.30pm we had tables booked at the Manor Garden - a very popular Chinese restaurant which is close to George and Lorna's house.
We had the most delicious meal - everyone selecting a different dish then sharing them all. I think it rates as probably one of the best Chinese meals I've ever head.
Another magical day with the whole family together.
... analogous guts of an animal of course put me into a fine mood for some Haggis, which we secured at a nearby pub (Maya had the steak and ale pie). So, to make a long story short, I genuinely liked it. Little nibbly bits of oatmeal and minced heart and lungs all packed in a stomach. Who wouldn’t like this? The cupcake, after much prompting/beer, tasted about 3 molecules of it and got grossed out. I guess it’s not a dish for the faint of heart (ha ha).