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How delightful to see and hear English everywhere!
We are in Scotland and loving the familiarity of everything. Our backpacker accommodation in Edinburgh is tucked away in a little lane way of steps and has Australian receptionists. Everyone understands what we say, and the food is familiar and not as expensive as Iceland and Scandinavia. …
... next Monday, I only have a few days here to attend class (some anyway) and then I am headed back to London on Wednesday to spend my easter break with the whole London crew! I am flying back to Scotland next Sunday and when I do, Karrie and Gramps will be here for the week! So exciting!!!!
Today a couple of us are looking into booking a trip to Portugal in May but I also want to try and make it to a few other places before I leave Europe on May 31st!
... Bugger not really.
Its mothers day here, and its also Penny's birthday. I had to help Josh the boss organise flowers for his mum and wife. See its a diverse roll. But the locals and guests and staff have made quite a fuss over PJ and her birthday. Chocolates and treats and her own personalised birthday cake, and a flash breakfast into the bargain. Oh and flowers too!
Well that is about it for us. Hopefully we will get internet soon. In the meantime, stay ...
... your vehicle wisely and make sure it is before the security guards have had their first coffee of the morning...
Anyway, after realising that Alex was quite unfazed by everything and wasn't the type to stand in the background holding up a sign that says 'hello mum', they let him leave the car and off he went to take his photos. On his return however he was ambushed by Lady Macbeth who made him crouch behind a boulder for ...
... that this was an elaborate attempt at reforestation by the Scottish government; because evergreen trees mature quickly, they seemed as good a choice as any. We were mesmerized by the legend of the Loch Ness monster, and were surprised to discover that the lochs of the Scottish Highlands were some of the deepest on Earth, and a recent attempt to map the lochs had been launched because of this very legend. Lesson learned: the Scots take even their monsters very seriously.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaberfeidh Guest-house Ardelve
Excellent breakfast, lovely hosts, great room (No 1), great location overlooking Eilan Donan Castle, ensuite, acceptable price.
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