Dundee Carlton Hotel
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... you like an oud biddie to tell you three jokes? Not one or two but three. Her regular repetoire as we were soon to find out. How hard could it be? Three "knock knock" jokes and we'd be off. It was like watching a geriatric transformer.......as she launched into three jokes that turned the fresh country air blue. Liberal use of the F word, satanic references and much sexual innuendo. She laughed and laughed and was off down the street. Leaning against the wall; ...
Left home on a day that is best described by a fantastic Scottish word which just seems to sum up perfectly the grey skies and drizzle that can descend over Scotland and hang around for days on end - "dreich".
They tell me they had a great summer - must have been 2 sunny days this year....
Edinburgh passport control is almost (but not quite) as bad as Sydney, especially if you are one of the foreign passports all mixed up at the back of the queue. However, in the end we were all done, found our bags, and picked up our TINY little car - it pretty much went up onto its back wheels when we loaded our great big bags. I had bought a couple of maps in the airport but even so we decided we'd take a GPS and it was just as well as we got a bit lost getting out ...
... executing him - death by fire! Ouch! There is also volcanic rock up here like there was in Sunderland. You can see how it forms the shoreline and really protected St. Andrew's Castle from boats with invaders. Not much of the castle is left because there were so many violent conflicts there. Of course the rain returned for a brief moment this afternoon.
Deb S and Wayne spent the day in Dundee - ...
... as if to say "what to you expect to see in this weather?"
Beyond Monifeith the sky above began to take on a bluish hue and this increased as I progressed eastwards. I was now on the Angus coastal path. At this point I renewed my acquaintance with the East Coast main line with only a fence separating the track from my path. A block of new flats with balconies had a great view of the beach - but was only a few metres from the Aberdeen ...