Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy
... for distance; and tossing the caber - and that would qualify for a "games" experience!! We walked into town, ate a bit of lunch, saw a Disney movie (the only adults without the requisite kids) and walked on to the train station, for our return trip to Edinburgh. It never stopped raining. However, this was our first totally rainy day, so far, so we're not complaining!!
To our brother-in-law, Mark - a very Happy Birthday this ...
... America and the grove is reminiscent of the Giant Redwoods, in nature, when strolling through it. There is also a beautiful walled garden (about 9 acres) with many large garden requisites, such as a large pond, a bridge, a pagoda, fruit trees, gorgeous flowers, some statues and a folly. This garden was especially well-designed with effective use of grass, trees, water and flowers in its own unique style. The rain held out until we were walking a mile back to the train - not ...
... production to try and fast track material to market. They very kindly gave us lunch and we looked at some potatoes in the field. After this we meet with a grower that works with saltire seeds. The operation was 1,000 ac growing 300 ac of seed for saltire but also the farm owner has more land in England and is growing seed for him self. We ran out of time here a bit and had to head back to perth. Caught up with Keith and Greame, a grower the team met on ...
... Alan asked her first and last name (he enjoyed learning each students' ancestry), and when he heard she was a McMillan, he paused, took a step back, reached into his rucksack, and pulled out her clan tartan. He then laid the tartan out onto the floor and invited Samantha to help him fold it just as Raymond did with him earlier. I felt tears welling up in my eyes as I watched Samantha's face light up with a smile that stretched from one ear to the other. It ...
... frantic. It eased us back into the Western world. Also, the pace of development in South East Asia has been phenomenal over the last twenty years. There is no longer the gulf between East and West that there was when I first went to India in 1981. In fact, there are some developments we are already missing in Scotland. The most noticeable being the lack of wifi in public places. Not that this is bothering Sandra, now that she has an i Phone!
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking