Rob Roy Hotel
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... combined with the highland water and sherry oak casks. It produces a different whisky which they both enjoyed. I drove back which was my first time driving the left-hand drive car on narrow roads. It wasn't so bad but the trip took longer than usual. We finally got to enjoy the facilities at the resort, we had a swim & enjoyed the sauna, steam room and disco ...
... with a loud "Aye! Freedom!".
Got the usual spiel while driving through Edinburgh - like about the tax on windows which is why a lot of buildings have painted on fake windows etc etc.
We'd been to South Queensferry before with Tess so there wasn't too much we hadn't seen before. Instead, Jason set off to go get some coffee and Diana and I just gazed out at the bridges which is really the only thing we could do for the 20 minutes we were there for. Back in ...
... I topped up to be able to make local calls again. This lot couldn't/wouldn't explain how my credit kept disappearing even tho I wasn't using the phone and most everything was turned off. Managed to hop on M&S free wi fi while in there today but not organised to do more than pick up our email, which was only boring stuff, where is all the news from home folks? Don't forget we can pick our email from both of our accounts if you feel ...
... Noyon, France!), we talked about the different shapes of the "call" to ministry -- sometimes it's just the job that fits you best in your church life -- and education and spirituality of everyday life, all my favourite subjects! She also gave me the name of a fella -- a minister and educator -- I should talk to, with permission to drop her name.
Our first evening in the fairytale setting of Heligenstein, I sat with ...
... journey to the other end of the loch was amazing and we were introduced to many interesting facts about people who lived on the banks, including a house built for Queen Victoria. It was amazing to think that Loch Ketrie is deeper that the North Sea in some places. A quick look at the boat to check its sea worthiness again.
We docked at the other end of the Loch and many people headed off with their bikes to ride back to our starting point.A bit quieter on the way back it was ...