Fernbank Guest House
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... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">They were gorgeous! Of course we bought them all which took away all of my tax back and a bit but that's ok!
We were convinced we could be models!
Not a bad feeling!
It was such a surreal day. A good surreal day.
Lisa xo ...
... mates had made reservations at a specialty restaurant on-board and they invited Joan and I to join them. We had a pleasant evening with them before attending the show in the theatre.
The days are noticeably longer as we travel north. The picture below was taken at about 11:00 p.m. Tonight we are headed to Oslo, Norway. It will take us two sea days to reach there as we round the norther tip of Scotland and through the North Sea.
I never sleep particularly well when I have an early wake-up, and today was no exception, so I was already awake when my watch alarm went at 4:30am. For once I was pleased that the bathroom is at the other end of our place, so that I could shower without disturbing Mandi.
Claire picked me up from outside 91 Hepburn Gardens in her little Smart Car and 5:05am and we were at Dav's in Leuchars about 15 minutes later. The Smart is an interesting drive. It is quite high with hard seats ...
... other wildlife at every turn. The price is VERY reasonable (I paid £35.00 for a single room, which was a double, I just paid a single price) and the food exceptional. There is a newspaper article about the landlord being in great debt and there is a chance the Inn will not be in operation much longer. While it is supposed to be haunted, I had the best night's sleep of my journey so far! During dinner there was a great band playing for charity and I was worried I would ...
... stop was the post office to send mum a postcard, and the choice was easy as there was only one card to choose! Mark then asked “how far to walk into town?” the reply was, “you’re in it!” So we wandered across the road to the “Boydfield Gardens” and up the main street that consisted of the post office, a corner store, and a handful of pubs and hairdressers. It ...