Aslar Guest House
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Weather: sunny 18 degrees. Travellers. Excited Tuesday. What a day! A short trip to Leith and we visited the P and G Masters house circa 1946/7. No sign of any family since they left as £10 tourists, for warmer climates. Then on over the Forth Bridge with great views up and down the river. We took the scenic route along the coast towards Anstruther. We were focussing on a fishy lunch but stopped yet again for ...
... and Kirsty, and some of their friends. We laid out in the sun for almost 2 hours with the sun beaming down and the waves crashing onto the shore - something every mother, father and child seemed to be doing that day! The beach was busier than I have ever seen it with people of all ages spending this day with family and friends. My day ended off by going out for dinner with two of my friends from the surf trip, Leah and Anna. Anna had a free "meal for 2" voucher at ...
... where one building will host hundreds
of local sellers. In some places (all over Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Hoi An to
name a few), the vendors will try to encourage (physically force) you to browse
and buy their products. However, in others (Hanoi and Vientiane for example),
the owners can often be found sleeping on the job. I didn't enjoy having people
breathing down my neck as I perused market stalls and being told how
"cheap cheap" things are, but at the ...
... vegetable source all year for me (except maybe winter when the vegetable selection is pretty limited to Jerusalem artichokes!)
Our touring around for the day was done and we all spent a couple hours chatting in the kitchen. Tom's, (from Boston), cooking abilities are limited to PB & J sandwiches (black currant jam because he thought it was the same thing as grape jelly...) but he upgraded for dinner and had canned soup and canned corn (he was ...
... of them looked particularly fit or well equipped for the purpose so we really admired what they were doing. To see Edinburgh from a distance with Salisbury Crags and the castle silhouetted against a dark grey sky was quite a moment. We continued and met Sue's sister Ros on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Passed participants of a ' Tough Mudder' competition - this is not a challenge ...