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... we started to make the hike back to the bus station to go back to Aberdeen. Once back, we went to our hotel to charge our phones and take a small break. We then headed out to find an Indian place to eat at for dinner. We came across one that had just opened 2 days prior so we decided to try it. The food was incredible! And it was an interesting experience because every time I go a restaurant in the UK they always pull my chair out for me and place a napkin on my lap. Where is ...
... that it was easier to skate in them that take steps. It was ridiculous!
Once I was on the ice, everything I had learnt in Hobart came back to me and I was gliding across the ice like an ice...not princess...an ice...something a bit less than a princess.
This was until i forgot that I had a tow-pick and that if it touched the ice, I would have every chance of face planting.
And let me tell you.
It was not a fall to knees and then a little skid kind ...
Today was a day I had looked to for a very long time!
I was going ice-skating with Katie, Jean and her family.
I met Katie at her place just before lunch and we hung out a bit before meeting Jean and going down to the ice rink.
It was so nice to meet her family! New friends and they share the same sense of humour than Jean and I have.
... 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. ...
... and hope the site wasn't pre-booked when the warden came around later, or to leave. Other campers said to set up, so we did and it all worked out. And only £10.00 for the night. It's the closest we have camped to the beach and after dinner we went and sat on it - a bit hard to walk on as it is stoney. The wind had dropped and with the camp full of families enjoying a bit of summer it had a lovely atmosphere. Still only dusk at 11pm.