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... hands, all I wanted to do was cuddle him and make him feel betterNot having 24/7 access to phone/internet, the time difference when posting photos, comments etc.Not being able to speak French made it really hard to communicate, not understanding people and being able to respond (Paris), I was very grateful having Julie who could speak some of the language.Not being able to buy everything I want, so much the kids would like but with limited space in my case I have had to ...
... of other pieces. I was then part of a scavenger hunt which entailed taking photos of our team in various locations, including a photo of us having a rolling race across the main square... it was odd but nice to have some good fun with sober people. Can you tell I'm not into drinking?
Friday will be a separate entry, as the pony trek is too much to add on top of this essay!
I will say that I had an audition with the Chamber Singers where I sang Caccini's Ave Maria and ...
... 50 Shades of Grey, a Musical Parody. You can view clips from the musical on Youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pw_KAyYg iIo. Both were fantastic performances. Enjoyed them immensely.
Today we're deciding what to see. There are so many choices that we need to plot it out. Or, just go have a drink and go where our noses lead. Either way, it will be fun. ...
... tour bus. The first day consisted of heading to St Andrew's and to Inverness. The most haunting experience I had was walking the battleground of the last stand of the Jacobites who through a series of misfortune wear already worn when the english came upon them and slaughtered them. What makes this a more cruel battleground is the treatment of the dead and the injured who were refused healing aids and killed anyone who helped them this ...
... him to death. Rough life, Dad.
Halfway through the tour we had a break in the Grassmarket. James pointed out two places to go into, one was a milk bar, the other, a real bar. He also noted that it was like noon, and probably too early for a beer, but that the milk bar had real hot chocolate. So of course we went to the bar. Shots of whiskey anyone? Had to warm up somehow.