A Quick Break
This trip was really tiresome for our feet. (But my eyes were feasting. I swear.)
After actually passing by the Union Terrace Gardens, Kevin looked for a coffee shop to sit for a little while.
What we found was a movie house. We went inside the Belmont Picturehouse along Belmont Street. We didn’t eat anything but just had refreshment instead as it was nearing dinner time. I had IRN-BRU and he had coffee.
We didn’t watch either, but we talked about the films listed in the booklet on the table.
We are of different generations, therefore, all the films that he said that were good are totally unknown to me. (I brought the booklet home and actually downloaded some of the films featured).
Likewise, I recommended him two familiar animated films listed: My Neighbor Totoro (my hat) and the Grave of the Fireflies, both by Studio Ghibli. I described Grave of the Fireflies to him as ‘the saddest animated film I have seen’.
This was it. Our long walk and trip to Aberdeen City was about to end. Few more snaps. :)