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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 ...
... just as well our Spanish classes are at an early stage as we do not understand what the Spanish woman says about Kathleen to her friend. Its a long 13 hour flight and the last thing you need after that is Terminal 5. Once again we get lost and end up out in the domestic terminal. When we get back to Aberdeen it is cold and there is a light dusting of snow which makes having been away for three weeks feel all the ...
I did it.
I chopped off my hair!
It kind of looks like a wombat has been hit by a truck at the back, but the front looks ok.
I did cry, yes.
Then I laughed.
Then I hack my own hair with a pair of ...
... conversation with you and you wish you could take them home to be your best friend. I had this lady who came through and was going to Australia when her daughter was a bit older. So I gave her a couple links for Australia and a couple for Tasmania specifically. She was so grateful and when she left she said 'take care Lisa'. Do you have any idea how nice it feels when people thank you by name? It makes you feel like a person rather than a worker.