The Hotel Broughty Ferry
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... dedicated to William Wallace of brave heart fame, known as the protector of Scotland) we we retreated to a dramatic storytelling of Scotland's history and especially the battle of Stirling bridge by a Scotmans dressed in period clothing and brandishing period weapons. He was actually a little intimidating at times with the ferocity in which he told his story!! After leaving the Wallace memorial we set our GPS for Broughty Ferry, and ...
Woke up at 6:45 but didn't get up till 7. Went and had a yoghurt and bun before going out for a quick walk to take a couple more photos. Then went to the bus stations to check what I should do. Had to wait 20 min for them to open. Decided I will leave my bags at the hostel and come back before I go to Glasgow because there's no way I can carry my bags all day.
Went back to the hostel and spent an hour on ...
... it looks like we are filling up on fuel). Tomorrow we will have to pack our stuff. It's not fair as I can only take a couple of pairs of shoes and 1 dress.
Bruce finished moving the LPG filler point, the nice people at Gaslow gave us a 3m stainless steel hose for free, it pays to talk, so only fair that they get a plug so please visit www.gaslow.com. As you will see from the pictures, it's a tidy job.
Getting excited now, only 3 days to go. :-)
... Dad's life for the next 30 years.
The weather gods have been smiling on us for the entire trip, and Scotland was no exception.
Crisp (1 degree) mornings have been followed by a clear blue sky all day.
We drove to Perth on Monday with Innes and Maureen (very fit 75 yr olds, sorry, sorry, Maureen is only 74 :) and trekked to the top of Kinnoull Hill for a ...
... Fire beach which runs alongside the golf course. The boys re-enacted the scene from the film despite having no clue what we were having them do. We enlightened them that evening care of YouTube.
After a sad parting from our friends we began a hasty trip back down to the bottom of England to take the Channel Tunnel and make our way back to Germany to drop off the van. The only stop ...