Culcreuch Castle Hotel
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... off. It was then that I gave Tina my wallet and rushed to the toilet. To the cleaner, I am truly deeply sorry. As I said before we had a fair bit of snow overnight and it was a ******* of a job driving through some areas. Tina had the job of taking photos as we went along and she got some ball tearers. As much as I love the Australian landscape that I never tire of looking at as I drive, Scotland has beautiful country side that you just have to see . We ended at the Fraser Suites and ...
... us to cliimb. Our hosts had recently visited Aust and were keen to come back, so there was a lot of information swapping. Keswick is a fair trade town and the breakfasts were mmmmmm...
We had two missions in mind, one was a railway walk, and the other was a "family friendly" fell called CatBells, only 1450ft high, a relatively small fell according Alfred Wainwright, a great english fell walker of the early 1900s. Keswick is right in the middle of ...
... to take a taxi to the hotel with our backpacks. Our lady (Duffy can 't remember if she is called Katherine or Karen, but he's sure it begins with k) promptly volunteered to give him a lift. Another special group of people. Ed, Rob and I then slogged our way up hill and as usual at the end of the day, what was supposed to be 5 miles was just under 7! Supper was good. Last night we tried Black Pudding Fritters. Tonight we tried Haggis Fritters. Both to be ...
... the area in front of the palace would have been a very busy, dirty and smelly place as it was the port and the water would have come right up to the place where the road now runs. So not the peaceful cobblestone town (village) that we see today. We are invited to look across the Forth to Grangemouth, the ugly town we passed earlier which was belching steam. We are told that this is the modern day equivalent of Culross. So the people of Grangemouth would have looked across ...
... has no chance to be bored!
Nothing seems to slow her down -
It's good old Granny Brown!
We'd arranged with Grant and Tiff that we would go with them to do a tour of a local distillery so Bill and Steph minded the boys and we set off to do that. It was a great tour with a really informative and entertaining guide and we sampled a dram or two - or a wee hauf as it would be known in Scotland - that single malt stuff certainly ...