Holiday Inn Aberdeen West
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... the Virgin arrivals lounge for our second breakfast of the day and Mandy got a quick nail treatment, we then headed over to Terminal 2 where our last flight of the holiday was leaving from. The next couple of hours were spent having a look around, shopping and having our third breakfast of the day! Before long it was time to go home and the end to another great trip!
... 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 ...
We are up at six to make dure we have time to enjoy the wonderful breakfast you always get at the Sukhothai. We have ordered a taxi for 8.00 which as it happens turns out to be too early. It is a public holiday in Thailand for the King's birthday so rather than being stuck in the usual traffic jams we sail straight to the airport in half an hour.
When we get on board there is the usual commotion getting seated. Two ...
... it out. It was decent. But I was on a mission so I pressed forward. I finally arrived at the bus shop, only to find out that there was nothing they could do since there systems were down. That's silly because if any system went down in a company in the states, they would have a tech in asap. It seems like it is a little laid back technology wise. They told me to come in Monday and they could issue a replacement no problem. So I decided to make a day off ...
... The next stop was the Ring of Cairns at Clava near Culloden. This was an ancient burial site with a history going back perhaps 4000 years. This was probably the oldest built structure that we have ever seen. The piles of rocks were well preserved in circles. At the nearby Culloden interpretation centre we visited the bookshop area but declined the chance of spending 8 pounds each to see the displays. The uprising will remain a mystery to us. We drove ...