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... there. So if I’m eating lean
fish that’s been battered and boiled in grease is that healthy or unhealthy? I’m
not sure I want to know, but fish-n-chips I’ve discovered is usually pretty
good in the U.K. and comes in reasonably sized manly portions that won’t leave
you craving more food in three hours. The seaside villages of Gardenstown and
Pennan below steep headlands are absolutely spectacularly situated and ...
... for the rest of the day. And why not when it doesn’t get dark in Scotland until at least 10:00 P.M. at this time of year?
Our first stop somewhere in the hilly countryside northwest of Aberdeen was Leith House, one of the region’s castles or country estates. Leith is open to visitors, but the house was already closed for the day by the time of our arrival. Leith, though, is at least as well known for its gardens as its house. Ah, the beautiful ...
We spent the day in the airport at Stockholm thankful to be off the ship and spent 5 hours in the airport. Despite the internet cutting out and paying what equated to $35 for a sandwich and beer, I took some airplane tablets early so I could drive when we landed... So it was a pretty smooth wait :p and I think we're really really used to waiting several hours for things. We picked up the camper ...
Thursday 25th June Bev wrote.... Thursday Today we are off to Southwold a small village on the sea 8 miles from Halesworth that everyone has said is lovely and it is. We find the pier first and its not commercialised at all. It has art and street painting and an interesting time clock run from water pressure alone and people fishing off the end. The icecream stalls are there and coffee but it is as far removed from the Great Yarmouth experience as could be imagined. We ...
... was not in residence. Perhaps she was in London disposing of the portrait made by Rolf Harris. It was cool and windy so we took a few pics of the woods and river and gate house and left. From Balleter we took the A939 all the way to Nairn on Moray Firth. The scenery in the Cairngorms was spectacular with stone bridges, heather ferns, pine trees, small settlements, ...