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It was time to start the journey home so we headed across to the airport and checked in before heading to the virgin lounge. We grabbed some dinner and drinks, wrote up the blog and soon enough it was time to board. With the mixture of eating, film watching and sleeping, the 13 hours passed quick enough and we were soon landing in LHR.
After arrival we made our way ...
... were puddles of ice And frost crunching grass Sliding and slipping Walking tractor track paths We spent most our days By the fires just stoking Took turns in the tub For relaxing and soaking Our dinner did last us Roast gravy reheats The wood burning stove Was each meal's eats Karen Where's Wally'd And Ben read his book I pottered round In the wee Bothy nook Scattergories kept us ...
did you know cats **** in their sleep? neither did I until I had the pleasure of sitting next to this little curled up menace. she's worse than the dogs. yeesh. speaking of dogs, I just heard a bang from upstairs. ok, make that two. hold on while I go see what the spotted menace of love is doing.
apparently nothing. or she's good at hiding it today.
how did I suddenly acquire so many animals? it's part of my master plan to get off ...
... The car park scenario for the ski area is actually quite close to my imagining – the only difference being that there is a funicular railway to take you to the top (and without Howard being there, we were able to actually take the train rather than having to walk up!) The top station is like any ski area tops station – restaurant/ café, souvenir/clothing shop and in this case, an interesting exhibition explaining the nature of this high part of the ...
... a casino, a Carmelite convent now a hotel and junkies doing deals in the church yard in the main street is perhaps a city with some issues??
A few miles up the road in Royal Deeside where we are royally ensconced in The Shaw is, however, a totally different story. Just to set the scene: the Dee is the river which flows down from the Cairngorm mountains which pretty much form the backbone of central Scotland; it enters the sea at Aberdeen, ”aber” meaning ...
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