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Travel Blogs from Blairgowrie
... air again walking around looking at some stupid flowers and vegetables, where's the meat mate forget the vegetables we want meat but he insisted on taking pictures of these things finally we found the food and he was inline for a burger we kept whispering in his ear water buffalo water buffalo so when it was his turn he said Can I have a Angus Steak burger so we quickly stabbed him in the leg and said Buffalo stupid and he then said can i make that a buffalo burger onions as well ...
Haggis is the national dish of Scotland. It consists of the liver, heart and lungs of sheep. Minced and mixed with suet (this is what we feed birds!!!), oatmeal and spices. Its then placed in a casing of animal stomach and boiled for three hours. YUM!!!! Traditional sides are Neeps (turnips) and Tatties (mashed potatoes). It's also traditionally served with scotch whiskey.....Gee, I wonder ...
The heavy competition is referred to as "The Heavies" by the locals. The men compete for a small monetary prize and the title of the winner of the heavies competition. All of these men were on the bigger side but two of them in particular were monsters! Pete Hart is the bigger of the two men I show pics of here. The other guy (I really wish I could remember his name!!!!) was the winner of the ...
Saturday we went to the Birnam Highland Games. The best way to describe it is that its like a mini olympics at a community fair. These games are held multiple times across the country between May and the end of August leading up to the final games in Braemar on the 1st Saturday in September. The Royal Family attends the Braemar Games. The Games were held for the ...
Woke up to pouring rain but as Lady Luck has been happily by our side, the rain stopped just as we were getting on the Royal Yacht Britannia. Yes it's permanently docked in Edinburgh harbour and is open to the public. It just so happened that they were celebrating the yacht's 60th anniversary, so we were very privileged to be there for this special celebration. Had a good look around and took lots of photos and then had Tea in the tea rooms on ...
Other places to stay in Blairgowrie
46 Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Bridge Of Cally, Blairgowrie | 3 star hotelfrom $103
53 Allan Street, Blairgowrie | Hotelfrom $93
Coupar Angus Road, Blairgowrie | 3 star hotelfrom $137
by Blairgowrie, Blairgowrie | 3 star hotelfrom $187
Lower Mill Street, Blairgowrie | Hotelfrom $25
Boat Brae, Blairgowrie | Hotelfrom $104