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The lying and cheating
Were in no way refrained
We dropped by the Cairngorms
Where Santa does graze
His magical reindeer
When its not Christmas days
And to finish our venture
An old steam train trip
Through snow dusted Scotland
With mulled wine to sip
A time like none other
Our Christmas was great
But we all missed our families
On that 25th date
*Most Photo credit to the lovely ...
Alarm set for 2.30am so it was early to bed. Woke up quite fresh and all ready for our holidays. Flight left Aberdeen on time and was fairly smooth, arrived at Amsterdam to find our flight out was delayed by 2hrs, 35 mins!! :-( There was nothing else for it, off to the business lounge for a refreshment! The flight ...
... separately have both esconced themselves in the wrong seats so there is a great deal of huffing and puffing before everyone gets sorted out.
we pull back from the stand on time but after a few metres we stop and nothing happens. Eventually the pilot come on and says there is a problem. The tarmac is hot and soft and the plane's wheels have sunk in a bit. He does not have the power to get out of the rut so the tractor will need ...
Leonie stayed with Elizabeth in Whitstable and did a few walks around town to relieve vertigo symptoms. They visited Pamela from the bridge club who lives near the sea. Leonie spent most of the day with Panadol and Liz's cups of tea interspersed with Wimbledon. They walked downtown to get some fresh air to help the head and had dinner at Weatherspoons. Neville took a National Express bus to Victoria Station in London enjoying the rural Kent scenery till the suburbs were ...
... that round. Nobody keeps the score, so for example, if we see a person walking along who looks a little odd or is wearing eccentric clothes we might say something like "There’s your mate." or if we spot a ruinous caravan it could be "That’s your house.". It was the spirit of this game that led me to state "There’s your pile of turnips." as we drove through the village but seconds later I noted an Historic Scotland sign that said something about a cairn. I did ...