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TripAdvisor Reviews Drumellie Meadow Blairgowrie
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... room watching the baby lying on a sort of play mat with mirrors, mobiles, and music. Maybe I'll take a photo of that later on. He's an adorable little pumpkin of a baby!
My other sister will be taking me to see Mum later on, and then we'll eat dinner here at my brother's place with his family.
Have a good day, everyone! I hope to listen in to tonight's Bible Study, but it will depend on a good connection here, among other things.
... br> of a big city to the slow life of small towns and villages, but Laos did a
commendable job of changing my mind. It is such a beautiful country with the
nicest people and a way of living that encourages you to simply enjoy the
people you're with and appreciate that life shouldn't be over-thought. A week
in Hong Kong then brought the curtain down on my wandering ways. It was a
fitting finale. I loved the vibe of the place from day 1 and recommend you all
... ourselves on the track up to the cottage in quite deep snow. The road climbed up to the side of the cottage but we had to navigate a sharp turn across a small wooden bridge... Oh no the car lost traction and we slithered around for what seemed like an eternity whilst eventually the tyres got a grip and brought us to the back of the cottage. We had arrived... Despite the weather doing its utmost to stop us we had done it! It was 4.30pm and bang on the time we had planned to ...
... appear that nothing had been up this road for many days. Other than one other vehicle I never seen a single body the whole few hours I was up here. This other vehicle however was to my surprise another motorcycle. It was a chap on a Suzuki V-Strom 650!! Just goes to show I'm not the only nutter around in the woods!!
The pass road hugs the edge of a mountain side and is extremely dangerous in these slippery conditions. Just one slip and I could be over the ...
... new A9 which passed high above the small single storey cottages that we were walking by and close to the site of the Battle of Killicrankie which occurred in 1689. The Roadie phoned as he had finished his jobs, washing and making spag bol and wanted to join us. We met him at Blair Atholl where the Deputy Roadie had sourced a fish and chip shop- we could hardly refuse could we? We sat and enjoyed chips with our lunch of lamb rolls before heading on. Blair Atholl is dominated by ...