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Travel Blogs from Aberdeen
... Aberdeen and came across a community garden block. Terrence Windle, next project for you and photo attached. This block would have been a couple of acres and so many individual garden plots, some nicely tended to and some not so!!
Had the first NZ phone call at 4.30am this morning, thanks Sandy!!
Staying in the 10th hole tonight (Room 10 at The Cults Hotel)
Not much to report today, Inverness tomorrow xx
... place was a dive! Only time I havent checked trip advisor and there were no good comments! Cancelled that room and now got a bed that we can sleep in and friendly staff!!
Not such a good day today! lol Planning our accom for Inverness tomorrow and tha't's proving to be difficult as well. Note to oneself - do not travel in summer school holidays wth no bookings ...
... to walk out there. It looks like we're not the only ones wanting to visit it so we decide to leave it at the views we can steal along the way. The castle overlooks the famous Loch Ness. We go out to the center of Drumnadrochit and track down The Nessie Hunter for a tour on the water. The tour was great but unfortunately we missed half of the captain's explanations due to some very noisy Russians. Such a pity. In the afternoon we head down ...
... lunch. On the way home we stopped in at Andrew (Liz's son) and his partner Niki's apartment in the city. Andrew bought the 3 bedroom apartment a year ago and it seems that he and Niki have spent most of their spare time renovating and redecorating. They have done a great job, it is very stylishly furnished and decorated, with new carpets, kitchen, bathrooms and laundry and a little back garden for Libby their Sprocker (springer/cocker) spaniel. ...
... clan. The motto for the clan is "Je suis prest", meaning, "I am ready". Darren was stoked that it was in (old) French - what are the odds?!
We walked around Aberdeen and went to bed early.
We went to Fyvie castle and looked around the grounds. We also went to old Aberdeen, saw the granite houses and the old fishing town of Fittie. The houses in Fittie are really small because it is really cold on the shore and big homes would have ...
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