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... t so nice No people around, just big ship yards. We eventually found the beach and a burger king! We ended up eating there and the lovely young girl informed us it was the third largest burger king in the UK!!! She called us a cab to get back. So what we saw of Aberdeen wasn't great, am sure there are some nicer parts to it but wouldn't be in a hurry to return, The people were really nice though, had a great chat to the cab ...
... during the day visiting a castle nearby. We all shared in the first of several toasts throughout the weekend! It was amazing to look around at our family and feel so truly blessed to have our parents and some of our siblings in Scotland to celebrate with us! That night we kept things fairly low key, just having a nice dinner at a little bistro restaurant in downtown Aberdeen since we had a busy couple of days ahead of us.
Since our wedding day was on a Sunday, we planned ...
... on the point on the coast near the castle and
the winds hit!
I got there, and almost immediately took my headphones out,
and took in the gorgeous starkness of the whole place. It felt so wild, and
full of history…not what you would think when there was a town on the other
side of the hill. But there were rolling hill, jagged rocks and sweeping
grasses. It was beautiful.
As I was walking to the castle, I saw a mum ...
... but just gorgeous. I had my camera out filming it, and I think my hand started to shake there.
Also, the people in yellow suits...you know, safety people...when they yell 'just stand right back, please move back!'..in a Scottish accent...it bloody made my night!
So yeah, that was my traditionally beautiful Christmas light up ceremony.
Let's see what else the festive season of Scotland brings :)
... Wallace’s forces were vastly outnumbered, but the English had to cross a narrow bridge over the Forth before they could reach Wallace and his growing army. With strategic positioning on their side, Wallace’s forces massacred the English as they crossed the river, and Wallace gained an unlikely and crushing victory.
He went on to capture Stirling Castle, ...