Culcreuch Castle Hotel
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... that is a saving grace in many ways. First of all, I have my first couple meals taken care of. And opening a box of old used plates, cups, umbrellas and laundry detergent, to start the list, was like Christmas morning all over again. (If Santa was a group of med-students from Brazil and delivered second-hand appliances that is).
On the note of leftovers: I would like to consider myself a resourceful eater. This means that when there ...
Lindisfarne is an island off the UK east coast just south of the scottish border. You can only reach it by car over a causeway which is open to the tides, so you have to check to make sure what the tides are doing when you can come and go, and they've got lots of photos of vehicles that didn't take any notice. The monastery was built in AD646 by the monks to spread christianity to the english infidels. The stories and the wars over the years ...
... 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 ...
... to get close to the floor, with Megan and Cheryl both completing the last level (no sides left!). We all finally crashed in the wee hours of the morning but got up in time to meet Harrison (Barry's son) who was coming over for a play. Lily, Laura (Alec's niece) and Rob's daughter also came over all together to say hi. Bill cooked us a traditional Scottish breakfast, complete with haggis and black pudding. After a busy morning playing with Harrison, we said our goodbyes ...
... jammie's (of all things) and Maria's wedding dress was ready to be picked up! At Ocean Terminal Mall we parked in a car park over looking a body of water where the queen's boat Britannia sits moored. Maria tells me that the queen cried in public for the only time when forced by the government to give up this boat which was used by the royal family for personal times together and ...