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One Kilometer Walk To Pitlochry Town

Hey!  I thought I didn't take a picture of the guest house we stayed in...but obviously I did!  After going through the folder again,  I found this!   Knowing myself pretty well, I sure will forget the name of this place so I purposely took a picture to remind myself....
It's called Bruach Mhor...
This guest house is run by a pretty young lady... *smile*
we parked our car in front of the guest house and we walked to check out the town..
it was more than a kilometer walk....
 as we strolled along, we stopped to take a "breather"..
every now and then, I stopped to take pictures...
but it got to be quick...cos it was very cold...
we just got to keep on walking..
another one of the B and B guest house..
I guess we were the only ones walking down to town....
obviously, we were the only "asians" too! 
Pitlochry City Hall...
One Quick picture .....
and on we continued....
The Co-operative ... one and only grocery around the area...
Upon reaching town, I saw something familiar....
Claire Charles Designs....
Ok, I know...only one word is familiar......

Comments

  1. it was like those doll houses haha!
    and it seems it was really clean there

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  2. So it is walkathon day for you. Good exercise though.

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  4. How come all of you decide to walk instead of driving the car to town? How long did it take to walk 1km? But in cold weather, it is nice to walk. Really nice quiet place.

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  6. Thank you for the walking tour, Claire! And I hope you are feeling back to normal now!

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  7. The town's pretty quiet...no cars, not like Ipoh.

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  8. I would love to take a stroll too..can take plenty of nice pictures that way.

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  9. P.S.:
    Happy Mother's Day. Any of your children gone back to Ipoh to celebrate with you?

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  10. stp: lots of celebration here.. but i was coughing.. so couldnt really enjoy the food! :(


    wenn: yes, walk while we still have the stamina..


    ginny: still coughing...

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  11. mecoy: something like i read in enid blyton books!


    mun: we drove earlier to check how far.. then we parked the car and walked.. :)


    irene: losing weight this way.. :)

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  12. Very quiet cars...no cars there..

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  13. aiyo so much walking....no wonder till see doctor lo

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