Friday, July 22, 2011

Day 5 - Road Trip Around Scotland

Amazing Scottish engineering of Forth Bridges at South Queensferry and such a pleasant scenery at this small town of Scotland.

That was our first stop and we have many more places to see in this interesting road trip.

Our next stop was Anstruther and it was for food.
The fresh Haddock fish
We came specially for this fish & chips.

Out in the cool & moist weather at a fishing village we were having our delicious lunch of fish & chips.
The traditional Haddock fish and chips.
Hake & Chips
Streaming hot bite of an award winning fish & chips of United Kingdom.

Finally I get to visit the oldest golf course of the world, Old Course of St Andrews.
at the 18th Hole and the Club House behind the hole.
@ the bridge of St Andrews Old Course.
A brief visit to some of the landmarks of St Andrews town.
Famous ice cream of St Andrews @ B Jannetta.
Bye bye St Andrews we have to go to the next place.
Dunnottar Castle was built sometimes between 13th and 17th century.
Located north east of Scotland near a town called Stonehaven.
Truly scenic and breathing taking.
What a beauty at this corner of the world.

For the record we stop by this sleeping town called Stonehaven for a pee.

Rishi's Indian Restaurant for dinner.
The dinner was good the masala & curry were fantastic and so was the tandoori chicken.
City Wharf Apartment @ Aberdeen was our place for the night till the following day.

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