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Travel Blogs from Aviemore
... it had bathrooms for each bedroom and a dishwasher and washing machine as well! Also it was in a very picturesque and peaceful location looking out onto large sheep paddocks and mountains.
Oh actually before we went to our accommodation we went to the pub of course and had a most excellent and large meal. Mark and I tried whisky sauce (from Naomi and Tim’s plates) which was delicious!
The next day, we ...
... as we could.
Official clothes count Amber: 1 tank top, 1 t-shirt, 1 long sleeve shirt, 2 sweatshirts, 1 sweater, 1 pair of stockings, 1 pair of workout pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and 2 winter coats.
Official clothes count John: 6 t-shirts, 2 long sleeve shirts, 1 sweatshirt, 1 pair of pajama pants, 1 pair of quick dry pants, 1 pair of jeans and a winter coat with pockets shoved full of odd things.
... in snow. It was here I saw a chap looking out a window and pointing at me, I can just imagine what he was thinking!!
The road up here was simply covered in snow and my worry was getting down the other side of the pass which is extremely steep. Over the cattle grid I go and onto the steep decent. There ahead were a few truck marks in the snow but my question was “do I go in the truck marks or stay in the snow?” and after just ...
Unlike the winter of 2010 today was more like a cold summer day with loads of cloud cover and not a trace of ice or snow.
Finally after a rather uneventful journey I arrived into Ballater just before 4pm and the hunt was now on to find accommodation for the night. Plenty of hotels and plenty of signs for B&Bs but every place i entered was simply closed for winter or simply fully booked. After riding around for about 30 minutes I finally found a ...
... some of Mel's relatives here. John kindly met us at the station and gave us such a warm welcome that we felt at home right away! He took us to the house where we are staying (their mum's house) to unload our luggage and then took us to their house where they had lunch waiting for us! There we met Janice and their two girls, Emma (11yrs) and Christina (6yrs). Both girls have disabilties and J&J have adopted them. We had a delicious lunch of local ...