Travel Blogs from Aberdeen
So im waiting on confirmation from HR at my current employment and then the contract for my 6 months away in malawi.
So far im feeling excited... anxious. No stranger to backpacking and travelling but africa is big new one for me- so any comments or feedback much appreciated.
I have started my ...
... it was ruins, they were extensive and you can still tell what most of the buildings and structures were. For example, we saw several kitchens, and we could see where the ovens and chimneys used to be. It was also obvious from the shape of one building that it had been a chapel. Most buildings also had a label and date build on them (most of them dating to the 16th or 17th century).
The best part of Dunnottar Castle is the ...
... about leaving her, I will cry. Anyway, I have about 13 hours before I have to head to the airport at an ungodly hour of the morning. I haven't packed yet so I guess I'd better get that done and then try to have a nap. For those of you at home...I am looking forward to seeing you...for those here, I hate leaving you!
I will leave you with some parting shots of beautiful Aberdeen. Enjoy!
Love to you all,
Thanks for taking this trip with me.
... to Houston when she was about 12 and I hadn't seen Nikki since she was about 5. They are such beautiful young women and we had a great time visiting, going out to lunch and looking at old photo albums. What a laugh! Nikki's 4 year old daughter is just like Madison and Dani...hope to get them together. It was a great day!
... Outlander" series...didn't want to find myself heading back in time and not able to get Starbucks. Eventually I touched a couple but thankfully remained in the 21st century. It was fascinating!
We are now back at home, my feet have thawed and my shoes are drying in front of the fire. Curry take-out tonight! WooHoo!! Love you all bunches!