|The energy capital of Europe. Most of the people here work in oil and gas industry.|
Aberdeen greeted us with cold weather. No surprise here - if it ain’t cold, it ain’t Scotland. Bang Udin picked us up at the airport. Kak Mazni and the kids greeted us at home. On the table, steamy rice, sambal udang and sayur campur were served. We ate like dinosaurs! Kak Mazni told us that if we wanted to check out the city, Bang Udin could send us there and pick us up later. Of course we said yes. Quickly freshened up and headed out.
|Dropped by at the beach. Super cold!|
|Say hi to my buddies for this trip – Kak Minie, Farah and Kak Faez.|
|Most shops were close as it was pretty late in the evening.|
|Want a military career? Enlist yourself here.|
|Union Street – Aberdeen’s shopping avenue.|
|Rails and roads.|
|A statue of King Edward VII.|
|Wonder what the cones were doing on the tree…?|
|Small and quiet little town. More so as the night approached.|
Headed back home for a good rest. A long day of adventure ahead for us tomorrow. 3 hours drive up north. Close to the highlands, even closer to the nature. Way colder I would think. Couldn’t wait!