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... outside the town was a whisky distillery called Blair Athol. We weren't in the mood for a tour, just wanted to see the free exhibit and maybe try a sip or buy a small bottle. Another disappointment as the exhibit was almost non-existent and the shop horribly overpriced.
The Glenfarg hotel in Perthshire is an amazing building with lots of antique furniture. Our room is large and has lots of character, including the accent wall with ...
... again and we were rewarded with a magnificent rainbow over the bay. What a sight!
We took the tourist route back to Perth passing through the pretty city of Dundee and crossing the impressive Tay Road Bridge which is 2.25km long, crossing the Tay River.
We had another fun afternoon exploring this beautiful part of Scotland and are very happy with our decision to make Perth our base for the week.
... my childhood
home for 6 years and provided me many childhood memories. Front and centre as a
5 year old was the visit of the real, live Lone Ranger in about 1957. Sitting on my Dad’s shoulders when Clayton Moore entered the movie theatre and shaking hands with him was the pinnacle of boyhood dreams. Given that the rogues we had as neighbours operated undisturbed, it spoke volumes to my ineffectiveness as a Lone Ranger deputy.So the excitement of the referendum is past ...
... desperate for attractions - we are reminded of the Father Ted episode where they go on holiday and the only two attractions are the magic road and St Stephen's stump. It's a fine afternoon and the campsite has miraculously emptied in our absence - was it something we said? Probably. So we take the opportunity to clear out the car - after so many weeks on the road the back is like a rubbish tip, it's so full it's getting hard to find stuff, (no Ken, no port bottles or pizza boxes). ...
... a fifteen minutes walk, why taking the
bus? Because you don't have the time, or you think you don’t have. I saw people
getting in a bus and 2 minutes later, getting out after less than 1 kilometre.
For me this was weird but for them it’s common. I also realised that when they
do walk, they walk faster than us and I think it’s because they know where they
are going and don’t really ...