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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 ...
... the plane out. Of course by now the tractor has gone off to deal with other flights so we sit there stuck in a rut for about half an hour before we finally get off.
Kathleen as always seems to happen draws the short straw and has a Spanish woman behind her who is constantly banging against the back of Kathleen's seat. Eventually Kathleen asks the stewardess to ask the woman to stop which stops it go some extent at ...
... by giving up my life for financial freedom. Sorry, I studied far too much psychology to understand the shortfalls of money.
On non-academic note, I am loving Scotland more and more. I am networking and making new and interesting people. I am recognizing the various accents and learning to speak in the native tongue. At this rate my friends I may never come back. Let's just say its a good thing that i have few good reasons to go back to the states.
... Lossiemouth, the first sandy beach I've seen here I believe. Then our drive continues through whisky-country with a stop at the Glenfiddich Distillery for a coffee -hold it!- and a very tasty whisky cake. An idea to keep in mind for some home cooking. Another 1,5hr drive to reach Aberdeen. One thing that I love seeing during these drives... The purple wild flowers you see everywhere! I can't resist to stop and take a picture of it. And on ...
... home, which is what I really felt like doing. Lots of things to look forward to in the coming week, as the polytunnel still hasn't been covered, due to the wet weather and in my two week absence the rain has turned the ground from a desert-like waste to a moist, soggy weed patch!
Now updating this having spent the week at Auchenblae and moved on to a B+B in Morecambe, for a week of 'holiday' (more on that in the next entry). I ...