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Crathes Castle Our First Destination

Sunday 20th.. We checked out from Jury Inn Hotel in Aberdeen. Our own private tour started on this day... Aaron has finally completed his two weeks duties in his HQ here and he has extended one extra week to go round Scotland, taking the two "aunties" along.. he did some "homework" the night before and briefed the two "aunties" about the itinerary... (Both aunties just simply nodded our head... OK, OK, Let's go!)

After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we left for "wherever" it takes us and he told us that from today onwards, we would be "homeless."  No booking of hotels whatever..... (sounds adventurous!)
With the GPS as our guide, our journey began....
First destination along the way, we arrived at the Crathes.... Castle....
where weddings are held.... 
tourist spot....
Lovely Landscaping...
In the Gardens...
And the Two Aunties here...
Shivering.....bbbrrrrrrr......
I need to cover my Cold Head too...
Quick... let's run to the cafe....
pheww.... can open up a bit here.... 
Better take a picture of this place
before I forget the name.. smart eh!
The Crathes Castel..

Ok, one more horizontally....
and that's it!
(Run fast fast to the car....)
To our next destination before night falls... 
 

Comments

  1. Ipoh got Kellie's leh... Haunted or not? LOL!!! Lovely surroundings though...

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  2. The place is so nice and clean!!

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  3. STP: no one I know came to tell me haunted or not.. :)


    hayley: yes, it is a tourist spot..

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  4. Scotland is really a very nice n peaceful country

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  5. It looks really cold there. I like reading about your trip to Scotland. Reminds me of my trip to Scotland 10 years ago.

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  6. scotland is so beautiful. Hope I could visit it at the end of this year when i go for my girl's graduation.

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  7. Wow, finally a castle!! Is it open for yours, did you go through it?

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  8. hahah good tips!! dont need bring too many clothes!

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  9. wow that was a great spot for weddings! and those topiary it was cute!
    and the castle, i bet it's creepy at night haha

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  10. sp: simple and nice.. :)


    kathy: hehehee..suspense!!

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  11. mun: very quiet and peaceful.. can we survive there? :)



    wenn: do go when you have the chance.. but prepare for the cold! :)

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  12. henry: wear one week also no one knows.. hahahaa..


    mecoy: yeah.. can be spooky at night!

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  13. awww....admiring the beautiful castle,Claire.

    Oo...Aaron's wedding will be in Scotland? Nice one!!

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  14. ling: you believe Kathy? hahaha...

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  15. Loving those bushes! :D so well kept

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  16. so beautiful lah.. i love seeing all those greens and then all those well preserved historical buildings.. which i guess, so so so so rare in our country~~

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