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... every single crazy request for me (like, taking our parcels to be mailed for us), to Kevin and Jade, two of our regular servers, to the last gent whose name I didn't catch but who stayed overtime to help us load the taxi, then refused a tip. And Lucy..... We truly were blessed by her friendship, and that of her boy, Phoenix. Love you and your family, ...
... just like a little whitewashed castle, but is all that remains of the very first lighthouse ever built in Scotland. Erected in 1635, it was just a tower on top of which an open coal fire was kept burning in bad weather, passing ships being expected to contribute to the cost of the coal. It must have been immensely hard work for the lighthouse keeper, who was responsible for hauling the coal the three storeys or so to the top of the beacon, as well as somehow keeping ...
... on a visit to the 'smallest whisky distillery in Scotland', Edradour.
We stopped on the way at Blairgowrie where we looked in at the Clan Donnachaid shop and where we bought some oddments, including a nice locket for Kathryn. Then we stopped at Killiecrankie which brought back memories of my last trip and took a quick walk to the 'Soldier's Leap'.
Pitlochry is a lovely-looking little place but we didn't have much time to ...
... and finally got to Scotland - saw a Loch, not Loch Ness unfortunately, because it was still a long way north of here and time won't permit us getting there! We are all feeling a bit tired tonight! Have packed so much into the fortnight we have been here and although Den and I both enjoy driving, it does get tiring after a while, especially on the motorways where the speeds are high and the traffic very heavy. The lesser roads are much easier to drive, but it takes ages to get ...
... a side dish.
This was special. The
greens, a medley of rocket and red chard with the lightest of dressing, was the
tastiest greens I had tasted in ages – apparently grown in Dundee. The Lamothe-Cissac did not disappoint
with a lush red fruit nose of ripe raspberry and a loooooong finish. This wine was at it’s peak and a steal
at £15. If only I had had the
appetite for desert. Instead I
found a copy of George ...