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... with expletives that would
foreshadow your ejection in a North American arena. I don’t know what I dislike
more, this rough edged texture with youth around in Scotland or the miserably mind
numbing sanitization of the sports experience in North America. In truth I know
exactly which I dislike more. In a hard fought game Dundee fell to a late
headed goal after playing much of the game with 10 men. A Spartan effort but
fall they did as surely as ...
... our group all breakfasting. There were people coming and going constantly over the next couple of days - some heading home, some transferring to another tour, some going on somewhere else and others savouring the joys of Istanbul for a few days more.
Our transfer was due at 11am so we were all packed up and down in the lobby and having a final chat to Ian and Cheryl who also had an 11am pickup when our transfer arrived at 10.45am. ...
... will board The Radiance of the Seas cruising around both, then finally disembarking in Sydney where I shall be staying with friends. I have joined the Cruise Critic website where I have been chatting with lots of people from all over the world who are also sailing with this cruise and will meet up with at the meet and mingle on board the ship. This is a brilliant site for hints and tips re the various ports we will be visiting and thanks ...
... doing what they can to lift themselves out of poverty. Africa must solve Africa’s problems but our general human compassion tells us that we, the rest of the world, must assist and support where we can. However, what I have also noticed is that large-scale NGOs and aid organisations are not effective at getting money and skills where it is needed. I am appalled at the sheer waste of money which is evident even in the expensive cars driven by aid workers in some of the ...
... towards the more retail focused parts of the city, particularly Buchanan Street, including visiting a shop selling Scottish (knitwear) specialities. We then brought some supplies back to the hotel, before heading off again, this time to lower Buchanan Street, where we found the St Enoch shopping centre and then Waterstones (there were not bookshops in the St Enoch centre). An important purchase here was a small road Atlas, so that ...