Austrian Ski Adventure

Skiing isn’t really my thing. I’ve lived in the north east of Scotland for 24 years now and probably been to the ski runs at Lecht and Glenshee three or four times over… Continue reading

Up, Down and Around and Around at Heathrow

So, it holiday time again. Our first 2 week break for a wee while. A few weeks ago Dave turned 50, so we have a few lovely trips planned this year to celebrate.… Continue reading

Cateran Yomp 2014

We’ve had a fab weekend. Back at the begining of this year a colleague mentioned the Cateran Yomp, a sponsored event to raise money for the Soldiers¬†Charity. It consists of a 54 miles… Continue reading

Korea : Day 5 to 8

Last Sunday I got a taxi into Ulsan city centre, as the shipyard is about 20mins taxi ride on the outskirts of town. I thought I’d have a wonder around the streets and… Continue reading

Korea : Day 2 to 4

So far the trip has been a great experience . Thursday , Friday and this morning I’ve spent in the office helping with the teams Computing needs etc. Every morning I have to… Continue reading

Korea : Day 0 & 1

Well, I find myself in South Korea on a business trip , visiting one of the huge ship yards. The plan is to spend 9 days in the south at the shipyard and… Continue reading

Shopping, Cowgirl and home time !

So our trip to wonderful New York has finally come to an end. This is our last morning and we’ve just checked out and found a nice little Resturant to camp up in… Continue reading

The Rock, MET, Memorial and Central Park

Well, I’ve not been so good with my posts the last few days, so here’s a summary Wednesday thru Friday We knew we were due for a pretty nice week weather wise, but… Continue reading

Liberty , Brooklyn and Peter Parker

Today we decided to do the 1/2hr trip on the Staten Island Ferry. We took the subway down to Battery Park and walk around to the huge ferry terminal.¬†The five-mile journey takes about… Continue reading

Chelsea Market and the Sex Hotel

Today we did our NY foods walking tour around Chelsea Market and the Meat Packing district. Our tour guide, Diana, was a typical spunky New Yorker, knowledgeable and overall-wonderful guide. Very much like… Continue reading