Cullen Bay Hotel
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... the little café there, all the tables & stools were made out of old kegs, it was really good.
Then we went on to Knockando to have a look at the restored woollen mill, it has been fully restored at a cost of 3 1/2 million pounds. Unfortunately it wasn't working when we were there, it is all run by volunteers now and the chap wasn't there.
Then we went back home as we had to get ready for our big train trip back to ...
We had a good train trip to Forres, there was a hold up somewhere and we arrived a bit late but Chris & Ron were waiting for us - it was quite a long day.
Matt & Ron went to golf and Chris & I went shopping on our first day here.
They had gotten tickets to the European Pipe Band Championships - wow what a great day we had, ...
... of he videos. The guys with the funny black hats are from Norway! It was a Great evening! So we waded back home stopping at a beach and enjoying the scenery for a few min. We then headed to bullers of buchan ( beautiful cliffs only a few min. From the sheets house), slains castle (ruined castle near the bullers of buchan), and boddam lighthouse before heading back home to get some ...
... compound. Suffice to say we didn't get in, but its discovery has caused some slight changes to the way I now address her ladyship, how I can do things at her convenience, and with her approval , but other than that we are still the same people, if that is acceptable;)
Oh, yes there is a Lochindorb in Otago, near the Catlins I think.
On the way home from here we went through the crossroads town of Carbridge. The photo says it all.
... 21st June
We took a walk along the beach to Covesea lighthouse and back to the Beach bar where I had nice pile of fish and chips whilst watching Ghana draw 2 all with Germany. On the way we passed a touching memorial at Stotfield. On Christmas day 1806 the entire male population of this hamlet (baring kids and OAPs) were lost at sea.