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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 ...
... The result of a lot of money and 12 months of planning: finally reality connecting with planning via computer in a dark room. I woke up early (sunrise is 4.30 or so) and set out to take a photo. It was almost perfectly still, reflecting this oddly symmetrical and isolated lighthouse with an ok sunrise. We felt gross later that day... It was disgusting and we were exhausted. Welcome to camper van ...
... everyone on a couple of stops on the Whisky Trail which was only an 1 ½ away from Aberdeen! The night before Sean surprised the guys by getting them nice flasks that say “Whiskey Trail 2014” on the front and “Scotchy, Scotch, Scotch” on the back! The boys were all excited with their present and couldn't wait to get them filled. The first stop was going to be The Glenlivet distillery, which is the top selling Scottish Whisky in the USA. I knew this stop would ...
of her family. That is not acceptable. I mean, yeah by all means take photos…but
be in them?
So that’s what I started my day with. I offered to take a photo
of them as a family.
And this is when I made friends with an American-come-United
Kingdom family. I talked to the mum Julie for quite a while and she used her
camera (really good camera!!) to take some photos of me, as my camera had
decided it ...
Today we went & got a tram to the harbour to catch a ferry to Suomenlinna we just missed a ferry so had a little wander round the harbour & found a bridge of love locks. The sea was just starting to ice over in the harbour. Caught the ferry for the 15 minute crossing to the unesco world heritage site. Spent about 3 hours looking around the island, seeing the open prison, the Kings Gate where King Alfred had come ashore & as there's a military academy (the sign ...