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This past weekend I went to Aberdeen, Scotland! This officially my 4th country that I have been too now. I feel incredibly blessed to have the opportunities that I have had so young, being only 20 years old. But back to Aberdeen...
We flew out of Manchester Airport Friday night and arrived in Scotland about an hour later. We then headed straight to our hotel and went to bed. The next morning we woke up decently early to go visit Dunnottar Castle. This castle was such an ...
It was a project self into air and land in a plank down onto the ice. with my phone in my pocket.
I got so winded and hurt my ribs, and spent a good couple minutes lying on my back on the ice with one of the ice-guards over me asking if I was ok. I managed to get up and go to the bench and lie down for a while.
I landed square on my phone, a smart phone...and for the life of me, I don't know how I haven't wrecked it yet.
... br> Jean's brother and I have decided that we need to actually do something with our lives.
It's so true though, once you witness first hand a 5 year old with more skating ability than you have walking ability you realise that you suck and you are a lazy piece of.
But after that, we parted ways and Katie and I went and bought stuff to make a homemade ...
... a watered down version of Sunkist, but apparently it sells more than Coca Cola!
To be 100% honest, I don't see how..
But yeah, my night was full of dancing and laughing and (writing this from a couple weeks later) it bloody hurt at work the net morning!
Who knew I had abs?
... it was built in 1211 by William the Lion. Unfortunately photographs are not allowed inside the castle. It does have the most magnificent stone staircase in it. On the way home we stopped off at the Prop of Ysthie. The Prop was built in 1861 from subscriptions raised by the tenants of the Haddo Estate to George Hamilton Gordon, the Fourth Earl of Aberdeen, and owner of Haddo House. He was a prominent statesman who became Prime ...