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Can I Settle Down In Small Scottish Towns?

Our next destination.... ?
Don't ask me... I am depending on my driver here...
He told us that we are sort of "homeless'
All I did was to sit down quietly and take pictures from the moving car...

till he stopped his car at this parking lot... 
and we proceeded to walk to....
The Falls Of Feugh Restaurant
famous for their hot scones and tea...
No, we didn't have that...
We were still full from our Scottish breakfast.... 
Just took some pictures and we continued on our journey...

Passed through a small town..
 
As we walked through the small towns, I always tend to wonder... 
What lifestyle the locals have...
Most of the towns are kind of quiet and desserted...
Maybe they are not tourist spots....
However for those who love peace and quiet kind of life, 
then these towns are good choices to settle down....
As for me, I think I cannot get used to such serenity...
But one thing for sure, I don't mind the cooling weather...
though I bbrrrrr.... most of the time!  LOL

Comments

  1. You skipped the scones? You did not have a real English creme tea before you came back? Aiyor!!! You have to go again lor. LOL!!!

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  2. Spring going to summer and you're complaining of the cold...and you want to live there? Hmmmm...wait till autumn and winter! I wonder how you will survive. LOL!!!!

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  3. Looks quiet and peaceful. Nice pix.

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  4. stp: no regrets for me.. not to worry.. hahaha... the weather is pretty cold.. below 10degrees, how to tahan for old lady like me? :)


    irene: thanks...


    mrlonely: yeah..very quiet too..

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  5. lovely place. Yea, don't think I can tahan the cold there too..

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  6. Maybe you will stop at the restaurant later? It is so pretty, and I would love to live in a place like that!

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  7. smal yet a er lovely place huh!
    it sure i lovely to stay there

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  9. Very quiet town...don't think I can survive there.

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  10. very nice place and amazing scenery!! guess i can stay there for a short while, but probably not living there for good.. i am more urban kind of people i guess~~ :p

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  11. Claire...u can karaoke there and the town will be more alive.

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  12. You looked so happy like a teenager!!! Your life has been kind to you lately.


    I plan to visit UK next Spring but making a trip to Scotland is quite far unless fly like you.

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