✎ Travel Agent:
This day we’ll take a bus from Glasgow to Edinburgh., and a bus from Edinburgh to Aberdeen

✎ Guide:When we arrive to Edinburgh, we will go to Aberdeen to see the Dunnotar Castle (famous because of the film Brave) and then we will go to the Glendronach distillery
✎ Catering:
We’ll have breakfast at the B&B (Glasgow Accommodation) at 7:00AM. Contrary to popular belief the now-a-days typical English breakfast is more likely to be a bowl of cereals, a slice of toast, orange juice and a cup of coffee. Rather than the typical, we’ll go for the traditional, which consists of eggs, bacon, sausages, fried bread, baked beans and mushrooms. Even though not many people will eat this for breakfast today, it is always served in hotels and guest houses around Britain. Note: this breakfast is called the 'Full English' and sometimes referred to as 'The Full English Fry-up'.
We’ll have lunch at Port of Siam (in Edinburgh) at 1:00PM for seafood and thai (it seems the food is pretty nice), after returning from the distillery. We’re going to have dinner at Aberdeen because we come back to Edinburgh quite late, we’ll go to Granite Park at around 6:30 PM. We’ll spend the night at another B&B, Drumorne Guest House, where we’ll also sleep the following three nights (regardless of this one).
✎ Teacher:

In this day, like the first day, I’m going to tell them some things about each place that we will visit and some typical scottish words that are important to know or not...· Dunnottar Castle:
It’s a Medieval Castle of the XIV century that is in the South of Abedeen in a town called Stonehaven. It was very important during the Medieval Age and the Enlightenment because it’s controlled the North shipping routes and the ground movements of North Scotland because of its strategic position. Now it’s in ruins.
· Glendronach Distillery:
It’s a Scottish Whisky distillery located near Frogue. It was founded in 1826 by James Allardes. The owner of this distillery is BenRiach Distillery Company Ltd.