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Travel Blogs from Perth
(...and I'm still not packed!) - just kidding (kind of), don't panic, Gran! It is crazy to think that this time tomorrow I will be up in the sky on my way to Sri Lanka! It still doesn't feel real! I just wanted to say one last massive thank you to everybody that has helped me on my way and wished me well before I go! I am really excited to go out there now after all the preparation, ...
... us turn around. Doris wants us to go via the A1 but we want to go via Jedburgh. I apologise as I turn her off. She almost feels like one of the family and certainly behaves like one! Again, it is a lovely run over the hills, past the site of the battle of Otterburn and then down into Newcastle. It has been a long day as I have driven most of the way as T had an upset stomach again but that cleared when she stopped driving! Funny about ...
... musical extravaganza- samba and brass led the afternoon activities. We watched and chilled enjoying the moment as many people in kilts walked by with numbers ready for the kilt run at 13.30 which was hoping to set a world record for the number of entrants as it ran along the Tay later in the afternoon. We enjoyed our lunch and were glad that we had taken time out of the day to come and see what it was all about, but the wind was chilly and we had cooled down very quickly after ...
... The taste was sublime with a punch but
delicately balanced mix of coriander, spice and richness.
The scallops which followed were no less of a treat, again,
with a beguiling fragrance which leapt out from the moment the dish arrived at
the table. The scallops were
plump, firm, cooked to perfection and bloody tasty with the rich creamy
Artichoke velouté complimenting rather than dominating and the truffle oil just
giving it ...
... 1977. An sms from sister Jennifer also prompted the idea.
From the station I walked up to the High St, a steep climb via 'Advocates Close’, and emerged in High St to see a magician in an orange and black outfit starting an act outside a church across the road. He was highly entertaining and it was well worth the while spent watching him.
As he got to the serious part of his act quite a good group of spectators ...