Castlecary House Hotel
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... would be really interesting. That determined the basic route (and with the power of hind site, the fact that we didn't plan to go via Ukraine was pure luck as that hadn't kicked off yet - some others on the rally have not been so fortunate).
Then came the question of the car. After a quick search of all 1 litre cars available (that is the rules of the rally except under special circumstances which we will cover later) we narrowed it down to a Toyota Yaris, a ...
... sought after celebrant we were able to steal him away for more excursions. Gluten-free fish and chip picnic and exploring the beautiful Rouken Glen Park, watching the World Cup semi-final and final, spending a day exploring Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument (hence the quote at the beginning). Another highlight was when we surprised Mark with afternoon tea. As you can tell by now, gluten is an issue with this crowd and Ross, being celiac ...
We all headed over to Glasgow, twice actually for Victoria's birthday! The boss was turning the big 3-0 so to celebrate we decided to get her a bungy! It was a big secret and she had no idea and it was awesome. She's amazing for doing it because I know I could have never have done it!
That week Diana, Natialia and Vics all had birthday's so there was a lot of cake that ...
... to our hotel - well, what we THOUGHT was our hotel. Sadly, the regular Ibis was not destined to be our home for the night and we got into a taxi headed instead, for the Ibis Budget. Now, I have no issue with roughing it for the night if I'm the one footing the bill and saving money. But when it's work... no. Just no. The room was likened to a prison cell and we actually did an MTV Cribs style ...
After a good night's sleep and a late breakfast we were ready for the drive back to Crail. We stopped at the milk bar for morning tea then come back via St Andrews so we could pick up some shopping.
Did the first batch of washing this afternoon and the house is looking like widow Twankey's!
it was so nice to be ...