Travel Blogs from Aboyne
Tout d'abord un tour à la Cathédrale de St. Andrews s'impose. Cathédrale est un bien grand mot car il n'en reste pas grand chose, mais elle vaut quand même le coup. Je continue avec le château, dont il ne reste également que des ruines, mais ça favorise l'imagination. Après quelques hésitations, je d …
... Pictures don't do it justice. I was incredibly picturesque, sitting on this large hill of rocks right on the water. As I hiked up to the castle I kept thinking about how the people that lived there must have been incredibly fit! The buildings that survived are from around the 15th and 16th century but it's believed that the site was inhabited in the Early Middle Ages. This castle is best known as the place where the Scottish crown jewels were hidden from Oliver Cromwell's army in ...
When you go ice-skating, it is good to remember that you are not the girl from the movie you watched last night.
You are worse.
I decided that, given yesterday was a bit of a flop as far as pursuing my ice-skating career, that I better get going today.
Because all 24 hours could cost me a gold medal at the 2016 Olympics.
Anyway, I went to the ice rink again and it took me about 30 seconds walking in skates to ...
... br> Jean's brother and I have decided that we need to actually do something with our lives.
It's so true though, once you witness first hand a 5 year old with more skating ability than you have walking ability you realise that you suck and you are a lazy piece of.
But after that, we parted ways and Katie and I went and bought stuff to make a homemade ...
... other people my age who wanted to too. And we were all such sweaty messes, and no one cared.
We knew the dances well enough that we could make them our own my adding little moves in here and there. That was awesome fun, especially when we stuffed it up and got all out of time.
I also tried a thing called Irn Bru. ...