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... sleepover at an airport hotel. Cost = £100
I'll let you know which I choose once I've made up my mind.
... two complimentary champagnes as well. Our flight is called and we make our way with what we hope is a barely perceptible stagger to the departure gate. It is over seven hours to Doha but it is a really nice flight. We are really impressed with the Qatar business class service. Great restaurant quality food and really comfortable flat bed seats, just great for having a snooze after yet more nice wine and a vintage port with my cheese ...
... to Cairo, when I got them back in June was only £510 per person. Last night, curious, I had checked the same flight again and guess what? The price today is only £550 per person. I don't regret getting the flights early. So, if you fancy a reasonable Christmas holiday in the Sunday, why don't you join us ...
... Against The Midges we have some time to spend on the road to head towards Loch Ness. We arrive at The Loch Ness Inn in Drumnadrochit and the place is buzzing. It has a restaurant and a bar. Getting a table proves a challenge for many people that night but it looks like we arrived there right in time. Lucky us! Dinner was great and so are the rooms. Day 9: Time to discover Loch Ness. The Inn is about 1 mile away from Urquhart Castle so ...
... dark bird flying low over the sea from the south. I got on it after it had passed us. It was impressively dark and quite unusual looking. Almost like a very large Black Tern. It was almost certainly a dark-phase Arctic Skua. We've seen plenty of the much commoner pale phase of this species that comes in two different adult breeding plumages but this was our first dark one.
The temperature had fallen somewhat whilst we were at Collieston and the breeze had freshened too ...