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River Tay Is One Of The Best Sights To Behold

We bade goodbye to the "Lochness" in Tay River and proceeded on with our drive along the banks. We did not stay a night there as planned, I told Aaron to moved onto our next destination which is Stirling and along the way, we stopped at some awesome sights...
Driving along  the River Tay, the longest river in Scotland...
pictures taken in a moving car...
We parked our car in this small village to do some sightseeing...
We saw a number of tourists walking along with their backpacks and all... 
At first Aaron had planned to stay a night here.. 
But after some enquiry, the rates were a bit high so we changed our mind..
The guest houses are very homely though, peaceful and quiet...
Well, eventually we didn't put up a night here in this place...
The weather was still very cooling....
But that didn't deter us from walking around and taking pictures here..
Fantastic scenery here... 
Quick, take a pic!
Or two pics?  Both look pretty the same to me!  :)
Should have taken a picture of what was written at the display there... 
But instead I was more interested to get our picture taken at the same spot.. LOL...
Fast flowing water on the other side...
We just stood there and admired the scenery for awesome minutes... mesmerized...
...giving Thanks for the wonderful creation...
I am so glad that I could have the opportunity to experience....
My driver taking a rest.... 
A driver that never complains... 
My boy, the driver that loves to drive on endlessly...
Hope we will have more trips in the coming years! :)
AND NOW... Here's one "scary" picture for you to see..... aiksss... 
Ok, this is much better, right?  
Thank you so much, AA for taking me here...
Thank  you for putting up with my whims and fancies.. LOL...

Comments

  1. Love the picturesque scenery. What a fun trip!

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  2. Nice place with beautiful scenery. Lucky you have such a good driver to drive you around.

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  3. I do envy your beautiful shots.. are you using a great camera?

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  5. Juin: yes, I just stood there and looked for some minutes! :)


    eastcoastlife: a sightseeing trip..


    irene: yes, I am blessed. :)


    isaac: My one and only Sony Cybershot.. hahhaa..

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  6. hahahahaha!! and i know you are going to post that "Sadako Yamamura of Scotland" here in this post!! fuyoh, i like that photo so much, you are so sporting lah.. hahahaha!!

    p/s: you know who Sadako Yamamura is?? that ghost that crawls out of the TV set in the japanese horror file "The Ring"~~ hahaha, just joking :D

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  7. Eeeeeeiikkk at SK's comment too!! The place is beautiful. I'm at awe with the pictures until that ghost appeared!! LoL!

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  8. I love your shot of the old fashioned village! And the beautiful and wild cascading water.

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  9. merryn: can be an actress hor! :)


    ginny" yes, I love them too..


    sharon: yes.. very nice..

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  10. So you were there for how many days?

    Hehehe do not thanked AA alone... should thanked your son the driver too!

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  11. angeline: AA is the driver..my son. hehheh..

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  12. Scotland is beautiful, right? Good for retirees :D

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  13. More reason that I should be there, right, Mary? :)

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  14. well, that place was merely a real life post card!hahaha

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