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So, I'm heading off to Hamilton, Ontario for two weeks in a few weeks. Exciting, huh?
This is my first solo vacation so I'm probably going to end up "over planning" my preparations.
Anyway, updates may be few and far between until I actually depart, but once it hits the 21st of September I will try my best to update each day about all the events and movements.
I'll catch you later, if you give me a good throw.
... small tourist gift shops and delicious ice cream stores advertising their wares on bright painted signs. Cumbrae looked very quiet and we quickly realised that the main attraction in this small island was the brownish coloured seaside, and the 2 hour long bike ride you can take around the perimeter. We opted for a bike ride and set off. The beaches on the far side of the island were bright an beautiful and even though my rented bike has ...
... it in your wonders, you're hotter than Cumberbatch
Dat snatch, you *****, you're a catch, wanna stick in your hatch, wear dat muff like a moustache, you smoke my cig like you smoking hash, then ya get your cash
Your booty so big like Kim Kardashian's ass, I make a splash when I get you wet cuz you know muh dick's the best you ever met, when you givin' me head, dat booty so red after I smacked the **** outta it, and don't even start on what I done to ya tits, *****
... old and the exhibits are well set out. This museum won the European Museum of the Year for 2013 which, considering all the museums throughout Europe, is quite an achievement.
Adjacent to the museum building and moored on the bank of the River Clyde is a tall ship, the barque, "Glenlee". This ship was built in Glasgow in 1896 and first used as a cargo vessel. It finished its sea-going life in 1981 as a training vessel.
Doing some retrospective blogging today. Before coming to Skye 2 days ago, we had a 4 day stay in Glasgow with Scott's cousin Louise, her husband David and their daughter, Bethan, who some of you might remember from when she stayed with us a couple of years back.
We had good times at night, sharing a meal, and then sitting around in their lounge room, swapping stories and learning things about Scott's history - including, allegedly, his ancestral links to ...