Buchan Braes Hotel
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... the Virgin arrivals lounge for our second breakfast of the day and Mandy got a quick nail treatment, we then headed over to Terminal 2 where our last flight of the holiday was leaving from. The next couple of hours were spent having a look around, shopping and having our third breakfast of the day! Before long it was time to go home and the end to another great trip!
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 ...
This morning we woke up and had church. A lot of the congregation was missing for various reasons, but we still got to see and talk to many people on our last Sunday service. After morning classes, however, Sara's parents had to leave to catch their plane. So we said goodbye and double checked our potluck dishes before service began. After services we had a wonderful potluck filled with dishes I've never had, ...
Another early kickoff (05.00). A slight sea with varying but poor visibility, no wind initially and it is raining! Motoring with the outgoing tide at about 6 knots. Fortunately rain stopped quickly so kept dry.
We had the good fortune to stop in Whitehills last night where there's a fish processing company with a shop attached so took the opportunity to buy some beautifully fresh fish - kippers for breakfast at about 9.00.
By 10.00 ...
... old lugger with her sails up, tied to the pier and pinned in place by the local lifeboat. Intrigued, we went to have a closer look and realised that this too, was part of the day, she was open for visitors, as was the lifeboat. Once realised, we were on board the 106 year old 'Reaper' like a shot. The old girl is maintained and run by a bunch of local enthusiasts who want to keep a piece of local history for future ...