Six Brunton Place Guest House
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... he said. We've been laughing and saying 'brooooonawhit' ever since.
Couple of hours rest in the afternoon and then back to the Scott monument at 6. Was so very good to see Tony, Amanda and her daughter Sarah who we hadn’t met before. Needless to say they all received big tight hugs – felt like I didn’t want to let them go! It was such a great feeling seeing good Aussie friends. We walked back to the festival open area ...
Blair Castle in Pitlochry, was started in 1269, by the Duke of Atholl and every May there is a parade of the Atholl Highlanders, to which the current owner attends. In 1844, Queen Victoria gave the Duke permission to have his own army. It has remained in the one family, although the current owner, a very distant relative, lives in South Africa. It ...
... it wasn't a great day for walking so we though a drive might be the thing to do. After a visit to the tourist information centre we found a great map of drives around coast near Edinburgh, so off we went. Our first stop was St Abbs National Park. We put in the location and the lady in the GPS directed us 40 miles out of Edinburgh, through tiny towns where the car would barely fit down the main street and very narrow single lane roads. We arrived at St Abbs to find ...
... found, i checked in, went through security –
one of the most easiest security lines that i have been in. After security i walked to the gate. At the gate i had lunch, updated, waited, read and then got on a plane.
This was a British airways flight. I was going from Copenhagen to Edinburgh via Heathrow. On the plane i read, then got to London earlier then expected. We also flew over the city so i
could see the London ...
... tell this was going to be a bumpy ride. I'd put my hood up hoping to fall asleep, taking off I'm holding on for my life, as the seat belt signs get turned off, I put the window down, they are telling us we are 1 hour 30 away, maybe this won't be too bad. I'd fallen asleep, slept the entire way, going down now and the rain is worse here then when I left, it's so bumpy I have to hold myself in place, I can't see the ground I'm preparing myself how the thud when we hit the ...