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... where one building will host hundreds
of local sellers. In some places (all over Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Hoi An to
name a few), the vendors will try to encourage (physically force) you to browse
and buy their products. However, in others (Hanoi and Vientiane for example),
the owners can often be found sleeping on the job. I didn't enjoy having people
breathing down my neck as I perused market stalls and being told how
"cheap cheap" things are, but at the ...
... have had to wait 3 hours for the bus we'd booked to Perth as it was a Sunday service so that was great. We were home and watching the f1 on bbc I-player by 6pm. Tired though so off to bed now. End of blog till next holiday apart from adding a few more ...
... assignment is finished and handed in (not forgetting safe assign!), I am going to Aberdeen with the girls tomorrow and there are only EIGHT MORE SLEEPS until Sri Lanka! (Plus, it is nice weather for ducks, I suppose!) Life is good! (But still stressful...) I now have EVERYTHING - this is no exaggeration I only sorted my VISA yesterday, and those of you who know me ...
... lots of great excuses for the poor scores. I know the gorse makes a lovely splash of colour but I just can't get used to seeing it all over the golf courses here in Scotland. However, we enjoyed it so much we decided we should try and play at one of the St Andrews courses the following day and managed to get a tee time on the Strathtyrum Course at 3.28pm. As the sun doesn't go down up here 'til around 10.30-11pm it's ...
... been shining for large parts of the day and we had seen no rain despite the wet weather forecast. Roy had walked out to meet us and Brodie was extremely excited to see Helen as we finished the days walk. We met up with the Roadie who had found a cup of coffee and had a look around the shopping complex that is the House of Bruar, a very upmarket establishment selling fine tweeds, cashmere and luxury foods. I found a wonderful knitted Pachamama zipped jacket which I see as an ...