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Old 25 October 2009, 16:13   #11
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Locals treated us like we had just stepped off the moon........ Was made worse by the fact that we all fell out with each other on the last night over a drunken argument about something (can't even remember what now)
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Possibly the most fun part was offroading (dont tell the locals) around this Loch and getting the car stuck.
Not so daft, some of these yokels, I mean "locals"
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Old 26 October 2009, 04:15   #12
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We did a load of work there one winter.
Apparently the GP surgery which covers the site, dispenses more 'morning after' pills than any other in the UK during the season.
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Old 26 October 2009, 04:55   #13
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It was shut.

A largish bunded off area was full of older static caravans and clapped-out cars. It was the staff accom. area known as 'Sin City'
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Been to Haggerston castle, minging. Did a really nice cheap cottage break not to far away much better, visited a Scottish Aldi, Haggis Fingers - finger shaped pieces of haggis deep fried in batter, interesting.

Sea looked good but a Seafari rib in North Berwick harbour wasnt operating shame!
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