Scotland Part 2

I’m just getting back into normality now. Supermarket food and pollution. I do get some organic veg delivered as well, which is a bit more of a healthy option.

While in Scotland we ate at a few tea shops. The food was fresh from the farmers markets and cakes were homemade. The establishments were clean and fresh. Here’s the view from the back of Boothy’s in Braemar…

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You can sit on the balcony looking at this beautiful scene while eating the best homemade bakewell tart ever!

Braemar is where the Highland Games take place in August. Lots of big Scottish men in kilts tossing cabers. Men in kilts look very smart. Can’t put my finger on why but they also look sexy. I did see some men in kilts but definitely not enough!

Here’s a member of the Highland Cattle clan…

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Also known as Shaggy Cow, Cuddly Cow or Teddy Cow. I’m told that when it comes to humans this cow knows exactly where to stick it’s horns for maximum damage = Clever Cow.

Fort August at Loch Ness is a lovely town too. You can watch the canal locks being opened to allow the boats through from and to Loch Ness. And you can get a lovely cruise on the Loch. We had a lovely young Scotsman giving us a talk on the sonar they used on the boat and the variety of fish in the Loch. His jokes were appreciated by our little English group, but were completely lost on the Chinese tourists that were on the boat.

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We ate in a fish and chip shop that could easily have been transplanted from the Midlands. Frozen, cheap food that was second rate, and toilets that stunk. It wasn’t run by anyone remotely British, and it was a bit of let down from other places we had entered. Unfortunately the first tea shop we had gone to was completely full so we ended up looking for a table elsewhere. Advice: If you are going up to Fort August and want to eat, see if you can book a table in one of the local (Scottish) run establishments.

I would definitely recommend Scotland. Not sure if they want loads of Sassenachs descending on them though!


Lonely Planet Scotland’s Highlands & Islands (Travel Guide)


Loch Ness [DVD]


Fifty Shades of Grey: The Unseen Edition [Blu-ray] [2015]

Published by Mandee

I'm an EFT practitioner, Matrix Reimprinter, Colour Therapist, Reiki Healer, Tarot Reader, And Astrologer. EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) was pioneered by Gary Craig, tapping on acupressure points to help a person heal themselves. It proved to be extremely effective and has been taken up by many people worldwide. The therapy was taken further by Karl Dawson who found it very effective to enable the client to access memories, many hidden, sometimes pre-birth. By accessing the memory in the matrix the client is able to identify the root of problem areas, and with the help of the practitioner address the initial cause of trauma, phobias, addictions, pain, etc. I also use colour therapy and reiki as separate therapies, but they also work well together. It's no coincidence that nurses wear blue - blue is a very calming and relaxing colour. Just the thing you need when recovering. Too much blue, however, can lead to withdrawal and in some cases depression. We've all heard the term: 'I'm having a blue day'. This is just one colour example. Reiki is a very relaxing complementary healing technique that originated in the East. It is used worldwide as an effective therapy. The practitioner allows universal energy to flow through them into the client, to help the client recover. The therapies mentioned above are complementary. In orders words they can be used alongside modern medical practices. I do not diagnose or prescribe. Diagnosis and medication is dealt with by your GP or hospital consultant. I've been reading the tarot and runes for over 30 years both in the UK and internationally. I'm also a member of the Astrological Association of Great Britain after studying astrology through the Mayo School of Astrology. I offer Natal Charts, Reports, and Readings. Please note: Tarot and astrology is for guidance only. The reading or report will not make decisions for you and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice.

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