Moorfield House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Blairgowrie
... be a small world in
itself. It's so easy to meet people in one place, then randomly bump into them
a few months later in another country. In Vietnam and Laos, backpackers are
often taking the same route, so chances are someone you met in Saigon in south
Vietnam you will see again in Hanoi in the north. This is awesome, considering
how many amazing people you meet. But I also realised the old six degrees of separation
can indeed be applied pretty much ...
... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... 1762 donated a dedicated building and a fund to endow a permanent librarian. The lending library continued to operate until 1968: the register of borrowers is on display, with the earliest entries dated 1747. Most of the 5000 books can still be consulted by the public, although there are some rare first editions - such as a volume of Duns Scotus from 1476 and a manuscript poem by Burns - which can be handled only by the volunteer librarians.
We meet four ...
... enough, there was a knock on the front door. A wild young man stood at the door, with long curly hair. braded to a tail, a typical face of a Scotsman and tatoos on his arms presenting gaelic symbols. He was dressed in outdoor pants and a wild looking t-shirt. As he spoke to Richy politely asking if it would inconvenience us if he started his work while we were in the cottage, it became quite clear that this was a real Scotsman, very friendly and nice, dispite of the first ...
... what was iced up locks or what was simply fields. The road itself may look good but there was many small patches of ice where water had run onto the road and iced up making it extremely dangerous for bikes.
Finally into Crieff and onwards south towards Glendevon and finally the M9 motorway and over the Forth Road bridge and home.
In all I had traveled just over 200 miles in total. It had been an extremely long day but a great adventure as well and certainly worth doing.