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... towards Perth. The views of Perth were impressive. And then on to Dundee. I had been to Dundee for a day back in 1997 so as I passed it, it had a familiarity about it. I stopped to take some photos of the rail bridge and the Firth of Tay. Again a kind of mini nostalgia feeling came over me for a while. I not felt that I was starting to stray from where I had been before as I headed towards Arbroath.
Just after Montrose, I headed down ...
... a dram or two of peaty Talisker from the Isle of Skye plus an additional one or two of less fancy Famous Grouse. I don’t normally consider myself much of a whisky drinker but am learning to savor the fine and subtle flavor differences in Scotland.
Morning broke rainy and quite windy, but with a forecast for clearing afternoon skies we decided to set out for Duff House to spend time indoors and leave the scenic coastal route for later, keeping our fingers ...
... a busy working harbour, smells strongly of fish! We came back to the terminal for 1500 boarding, sailing at 1700. The weather in Aberdeen is quite good, a bit overcast but pleasant temperature. We have had to take off our jackets for the first time outdoors in Scotland! Right now (1545) we're sitting in the Magnus Lounge. We have premium cabins, two single beds, ensuite, tea facilities and a TV with movie streaming, as well as a window. We also get complimentary entry into the ...
... to do, because I was itching to get back into fire filming anyway!
I took so much footage from just your basic front-on view, and as it was coming into the fire-breathing part, I had this idea to film from underneath.
Now I didn't think that, unlike fire spinning where they spin of excess paraffin first, fire-breathing is spat out.
Note to anyone out there who ...
... say the same. Walked back to town via the port which looked real busy, I'm guessing due to the off shore drilling that goes on up the east coast of Scotland. The whole morning switched between bouts of sunshine and short bursts of drizzle - everyone just seems to carry a raincoat or umbrella as a given.Sadly, the week after I visited Aberdeen, there was a helicopter accident on one of the off-shore drilling sites, with ...