Bridge of Cally Hotel
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... how they are coping by Sabbath. :) I have been sent photos of some of their culinary creations, and I don't doubt they are eating very well. :) Maybe I can retire from cooking when I get home. :) But they told me this was MY travel blog and not to be their "survival" blog, so I will leave them to make their own special memories. It will be nice to be back with them, but of course I'm making the most of my time here.
I'm sitting in ...
... Angkor; Cambodia and it's friendly natives provided so many memories. Then it
was onto Vietnam, with its crazy road-crossing (just walk in front of traffic,
they'll stop for you), sensational food (I could live on spring rolls quite
contently) and the cheapest beer I've ever had at 10p a cup (tastes better than
Tennents). After a month there, a 21 hour bus ride got me into Laos. The best
way to describe my time here is relaxed. I usually prefer the hustle ...
... the journey was starting to get even more interesting. The thought of getting onto the single track road for the remaining 19 miles filled me with dread. The roads started getting a little slippery but somehow we managed to make it taking it really easy. Thank goodness Ste is such a good careful driver. We passed a few of the other cottages we had seen advertised and soon discovered our very own cottage all lit up in the dark. Kate jumped out to open the five barred gate and ...
Having done all that, we took a leisurely drive up to Blairgowrie and our home for the next few days. Arrived in time for dinner and after a short break made our way to a lovely restaurant where we had a young waitress who heard we were Australians and couldn't get enough of us. Wanted to practice her Australian as she had been down under recently. A good and funny night was had by all. And so the end of another lovely day in Scotland . ...
... and find myself heading up the other side of Glen Lawers and on the road to the summit.
Of course, just like it was on the west side of Glen Lawers the road got more white the higher I went and soon there was that old sign again "Road Closed"!! Anyone know what that means?? I certainly don't;-)
Within minutes the road was a total white out and it was a massive challenge riding along here and staying on two wheels. Other than the usual farmers tractor ...