Monday, August 16, 2010

Aberdeen Flat.

Well, Jeremy and I have been living in Aberdeen for just over 2 weeks now. We're still on holiday for another week. We've spent our time reading, touring the city, trying new recipes, and crocheting (well, I've been crocheting; Jeremy hasn't).

We officially moved to our new flat in Aberdeen on July 30th. We had some troubles with the car rental and ended up having to wait another 4.5 hours for another car! Once we got the new car and had everything packed, we headed on our way from Edinburgh around 2pm. We arrived in Aberdeen at 4:30, parked at the flat, and walked to a local restaurant for dinner. We were starving! Nothing too spectacular - the place was called The Harvester, and it was much like a Swiss Chalet, but with more variety. There's a salad bar. Mmmm.

We met the manager of the letting agency at the flat at 6 so she could give us the keys and show us some things about the flat (like how to use the electric heaters), then we were on our own to unpack. Luckily we were able to unpack everything that night; we don't have much. I love walking into a flat and have almost everything already set up for you! Renting furnished is the way to go when you're living abroad.

So without further ado, here are some photos of our flat, if you haven't already seen them on Facebook!