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The Old Mill Inn, Pitlochry

It was after 5pm when we strolled down to the town, it was quite deserted by then. Most of the shops are closed at 5pm, except for a few eatery shops but we didn't take our dinner there. We bought some frozen pizzas from the grocery stall and micro-waved them in the guest house. (Saves some pounds and pennies!) LOL..

Let me tell you why I lost weight... firstly, it is due to the long walks.. and secondly, it was due to the food... when it comes to food and I mean western food, I only take minimum portions... :)  Ok, that is a different part of the story... right now, let me get back to the walk in town here... 
 
see... quite deserted... the shops were already closed...
Not a soul in sight.. except... me, of course.. :)
but there are people walking along the path to this Inn...
The Old Mill Inn...
where there are rooms... food.... drink....
This post is about The Old Mill Inn.. hahahaa...
Now I wonder why we kept taking pictures of each other here... 
Maybe the only place where we see people walking and mingling around here...


Comments

  1. yeah, I have the same thinking too, most of the time we lose weight after some trips.. all because we walked a lot, probably few days there but already one whole month's quota back home, haha!!

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  2. Happy Mother's Day to you, Claire! In HK, I walked a lot too but I gained weight because I ate triple the calories that I walked off, hahaha!

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  3. aiks i wish one day i can same like u go travel! >.<

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  4. You lost weight? Good wert, usually people gain weight when travelling (me for sure), cause no sweating and always eat only :p

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  5. It looks like a historic landmark. Has to doctor told you that you need to gain weight??

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  6. Lose weight? Oh me oh my!!! I grew soooo fat that on the flight back I had to ask for an extension seat belt!

    Ya, it's so miserable after 5 overseas...all the shops closed, hardly anybody on the road...and cold - kinda sad and lonely, quite depressing at times but I quite liked it. Hehehehehe!!!

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  7. You are exceptional, lose weight instead of gaining. You are more into Asian food. Good week ahead.

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  8. Lose weight? Hahaha...when you walk more you'll feel more hungry ler...


    Hehehe... Nice trip this time to Scotland. Got your own driver and friends surrounding you.

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  9. That's the thing about going to western countries in winter, streets are quiet even before it turns dark. Lol! So next time u wanna lose weight again, go back there again lah. Hahaha!

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  10. at first i though it was a real old mill but then it turned out to be an inn

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