The Grant Arms Hotel
Travel Blogs from Monymusk
... service in the US? We ate at a second indian place the second day as well and it was the same type of service. I even was given a rose as I was leaving! Come on US, you need to step up! After dinner we headed back to our hotel. I decided to stay back and do homework, while the others went out pub hopping. But I could still hear the fun from my window. Drunk Scottish men sure love to sing!
Sunday was a pretty laid back day. Perla and I headed over to the Maritime Museum ...
... that it was easier to skate in them that take steps. It was ridiculous!
Once I was on the ice, everything I had learnt in Hobart came back to me and I was gliding across the ice like an ice...not princess...an ice...something a bit less than a princess.
This was until i forgot that I had a tow-pick and that if it touched the ice, I would have every chance of face planting.
And let me tell you.
It was not a fall to knees and then a little skid kind ...
... 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 ...
I thought I was fit.
Then I went to the uni ceilidh with my housemate, his girlfriend and her friend.
What an awesome night was had!
But thanks to my dad's band back home, I knew a lot of the dances anyway.
It was just so much fun to do all these dances with ...
... squeeze Cawdor Castle in, but from all the castle climbing, I am done in! After Starla's trepidatious start yesterday, she conquered her anxiety and the Scottish roads with their bloody "roundabouts" in place of stop signs! Well done, Hen! Dinner? Taxi to Johnny Foxe's Pub. Delish! Up early tomorrow, train to Kyle of Lochalsh, then another car rental to tour the Isle of Skye. Only 3 days left in-country. I am SO going to miss the Scottish sense of ...