The Spires Serviced Apartments Aberdeen
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... fear can come along at any time. I remember the phrase, "Feel the fear and do it anyway, I locked the house up and said good bye to comfort and luxury for the time being.
Passing Newcastle airport gave me a sense of being guided down another path! This comforted me. Heading up the A68, I had a very strong familiar feeling. Within two hours, I was taking photographs of the border view point. Scotland would be my home for a ...
We spent the day in the airport at Stockholm thankful to be off the ship and spent 5 hours in the airport. Despite the internet cutting out and paying what equated to $35 for a sandwich and beer, I took some airplane tablets early so I could drive when we landed... So it was a pretty smooth wait :p and I think we're really really used to waiting several hours for things. We picked up the camper ...
... as a tie, happy socks, and some awesome thistle cuff links.
Once that issue was solved we headed to the Reverend’s house on the coast to drop off the wedding schedule and to make sure he still remembered us after meeting us briefly 3 months ago! He thankfully did and invited us into his home to chat about what we've been up to and talk about our impending nuptials. I will have to say we really lucked out with our Reverend! He is such a wonderful man with a nice ...
travel up through Scotland and down through the Hebrides and then a one way
ticket to Belfast.
There is something quite exhilarating about booking a ‘one
way’ ticket…a sense of freedom that you simply don’t get when you need to book
a return…for one you know you are coming back to something familiar. This is
all well and good, but adventure is needed.
Not only did I do a lot of work ...
... had come out in the 'cold' to see the parade. It was probably a summer day to them come to think about it...
Anyway, it took aaaages for the start of the parade to visit me where I was standing, but I am so glad I waited.
I actually teared up for a bit of it, because it was exactly how I wanted it to be. A marching band in kilts came past playing Scottish music which was just music to my ears. It is what I have grown ...