Pitbauchlie House Hotel
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... the transportation challenges at times.
Well, I had better post this and go to bed, for it's getting late here, and I have to be up very early for a 9:05 am flight. The airline wants me to check in two hours early, so I will have to be up around 6am. That wouldn't be so bad if I could sleep soundly. It's hard to sleep knowing that I will be airborne tomorrow for so long. Please pray for my safe flights back home. Thanks so much, everyone!
... a bit of outdoor walking. At this point we had decided that we were not made for cold wet weather, me in particular. We got to reception, got the key and ran to the room. This hotel had the hottest shower of every place we had stayed yet, and it was amazing! And after a long day of driving, walking (nearly 12 miles), trudging through mud and rain and finally getting to the room, we were glad to be getting some sleep.
... kebabs had a few drinks and the guys lit up a bonfire and e all sat around the fire all night singing and telling stories and then crazy Spanish hostel owners came out a chucked a mattress on the fire they were crazy crazy but was pritty funny and being mostly Aussies we played the midnight oil song beds are burning it was hilarious! A very late night then crawled upto the bunks. (Ps I apologise for all ...
... Turns out, it was supposed to be ridiculously crunchy. Those of us who got it, loved it. The had ketchup, mustard, and salad
dressing for you to choose from to squirt on your stuff, and I got all three. Salad dressing was my personal favorite of the three, but ketchup was really good too (mustard was reserved for the chips/fries). The chips/fries tasted almost exactly like they do back home. Not quite Mcdonalds, but eerily similar.
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... back into the town and found a nice place for a cup of coffee and a bite before heading for Dunfermline.
The drive to Dunfermline was pleasant at first but then became a bit congested and for some reason we found the route blocked and had to take a detour. But, Patricia kept us on course and we found our way to Dunfermline and turned into the grounds of the Pitbauchlie Hotel, our last overnight stop in Scotland.
We offloaded and then, ...