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Wheeling Into Stonehaven

AARON TOOK, A DAY OFF TO TAKE US TO THE CASTLES AND THE NORTH SEA... It was just a forty-five minutes drive and the scenery was just breathtaking... Reminded me of those romance fiction books, dukes and duchess.
The Dunnotar Castle by the cliff....
We spent more than an hour there, i didn't really venture into the castle due to my immobility...
The beautiful cliff overlooking the sea....

Next we proceeded to the small town in Stonehaven...
Aaron said we must try Aunty Betty's homemade ice cream!
A range of flavours...
I chose the Rum and Raisins... 
One can get "warmed" with this flavour....
Hmmmm... The right choice!!!
Across the shop is the sea and plenty of seagulls looming above us...
Thank goodness no droppings on our heads...
My out and standing foot in pink and green... Lol...
Basking under the hot sun that came in and out...
Enjoying the famous fish n chips... plus of course....
 ...........OUR ICE CREAMS!!!


  1. The sceneries are indeed breathtaking...and the ice cream looks really good.

  2. Oooooo....breathtaking! What a lovely place!

  3. Rum and raisin is my choice of ice cream too! Beautiful and serene scenery.

  4. very beautiful scenery, i can even feel the fresh air by just looking at the photos.. and of course, comes my favorite i-scream!! it surely is nice to have ice-cream during cold weathers, i like, hahaha.. and give me five, i would also have chosen rum and raisins if i were there!! looks delicious~~

  5. Lovely scenery and how I love your ice-cream. Rum and raisin is my choice too!

  6. wah....lovely scenery shivering here too :P


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