Holiday Inn Express Perth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up to a home cooked breakfast - traditional fry-up for Ashley, haggis and scrambled eggs for Travis. Also got to try their delicious homemade plum jelly and apple/blackberry jam. After screenshotting all the necessary directions for the day, we hit the road.
First stop was Inverness, which took us back along the Loch Ness. We stopped at the Urquhart castle but didn't feel like paying the £7.50 entry fee as it was sprinkling and the castle was blown up during ...
... to Dubai International (DXB) then boarding onto the AMAZING Qantas Airbus A380 for a very exciting 13 and a half hours flight to Melbourne Australia (MEL) and it doesn't end there. From MEL I have one more flight to catch and that is onto a 737 for a 2hr 30min flight to Brisbane (BNE) where I will be starting of my very exciting trip of AUSTRALIA!!! Right.... This was my first blog of rambling but I'm sure IF I manage to keep this up their will be a lot more **** to come ...
... no random lochs here) and the trees are sparse. The colours begin to remind me of Calgary and the badlands of Alberta - lots of shrubs, grass and brown, brown, brown.
I fall in and out of catnaps as the afternoon lengthens - and we draw close to Shotts once more.
(NOTE: Pictures to come)
... has been and still is a significant focus of industrial employment. I missed the path somewhere between Braefoot oil terminal and Aberdour golf course but was soon back on track to finish for the day. In Inverkeithing I had met Robert from Rosyth who asked me where I was headed. When I explained my plans for the day he passed on useful information about buses returning from Aberdour. The day's total was 16.9 miles taking me to ...
... many of the other places we stayed in, and by this stage in the afternoon majority of the stores had closed and it was absolutely freezing. We made our way back to the army barracks and called into a Chinese / Fish and chip shop, but from what we had experienced in New Zealand, Fish and Chip shops which double as a Chinese take away made the best Fish and Chips, and it was no different here as these were the best we have had in the UK, oh and Az had some deep fried Mars bars.