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Our Christmas Day Adventures around Aviemore

January 21, 2016

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I was so excited to make a campfire on the beach with the snowcapped mountains in the distance and a lovely nutella hot chocolate (you can find the recipe here) and just sit and enjoy being outside. We gathered a tiny bit of the kindling and wood from the house we were staying at and headed over to Loch Morlich. Well it turns out where we made the fire we actually weren’t allowed to, but as soon as Shanes dad spotted the sign we put it straight out and cleared it all up haha! It was definitely fun while it lasted though and I was pretty proud of my little fire, which I’d made all by myself!

After, we took Shane’s parents and Sister up the mountain to see the snow as they hadn’t had the chance to go up yet. It was a lot busier than we expected it to be with all the families out with their sleds, and there were even a few people out with their ski’s – though I’m pretty sure there wasn’t enough snow for that! It was such a perfect start to our Christmas Day.

We then headed back to the house to find my parents had almost finished cooking the Christmas dinner. It was so delicious and finished off with a trifle that Shane and I had made! Ahh, just take me back now!

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    Anna
    January 21, 2016 at 1:17 pm

    What a beautiful place! You had an amazing Christmas day indeed 🙂 Love your blog xx

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      April
      January 22, 2016 at 6:47 am

      I keep looking at these photos like ‘take me back’ ha! Thanks!
      xo April

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    Anoushka
    January 21, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    Ooh wow this looks and sounds so lovely! That Christmas meal has got me missing a good ol’ roast haha 🙂

    Anoushka Probyn – A London Fashion Blog

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      April
      January 22, 2016 at 6:48 am

      Haha! See I don’t usually like roast dinners, but you’ve got to have one Christmas Day ha!
      xo April

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