Woodside Of Glasslaw Guest House
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... was quite turbulent but I managed to get a fair amount of z's,. Ryan, not so much! Paying for a slight upgrade of our seats meant it was only ryan and I in the row of seats so no one bothering us, it was worth it! 1 movie, 6 chapters of my book, 50 games of solitaire and 3 meals later, we landed in Johannesburg. 0105 local ...
We are up at six to make dure we have time to enjoy the wonderful breakfast you always get at the Sukhothai. We have ordered a taxi for 8.00 which as it happens turns out to be too early. It is a public holiday in Thailand for the King's birthday so rather than being stuck in the usual traffic jams we sail straight to the airport in half an hour.
When we get on board there is the usual commotion getting seated. Two ...
... with our wedding coordinator at the hotel to go over some last minute details. Our second stop of the day was to the Tuxedo rental store, which is technically a Kilt rental store with a few tuxedo options. We opted to have David wear a tuxedo instead of a kilt because we couldn't really prove that he was “Scottish” enough to wear one for all of our wedding photos that we will have for life. David’s mom did some research though and found that there are some ...
... we had dinner at the historic Tollbooth Restaurant here. By the harbour, it has a mainly seafood menu. I had mussells for an entree and we both had scallops for a main dish. The food was very fresh and tasty. We have found the seafood here very good.
Tomorrow to Inverness.
... just fine.
On the upside, the weather today was much better than the cold and rainy welcome I got yesterday in Aberdeen. We walked through Seaton Park again this morning and then took the bus to Stonehaven, a quaint little Scottish town (craig claims it is a town rather than a village) with little shops and the classic cobblestone roads. It's right on the sea, and has a nice ...