St Leonards Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to eat at 6 is and we had an amazing carbo loading dinner of porcini risotto, bread and salad with fantastic tiramisu. To then sleep from 7-10 which ended up being a long rest perhaps it was nerves, the richness of the pudding that Audrey warned me about or just being in a different place trying to sleep mid evening. Up, dressed and in the car for 10.30 and off to Milngavie. Registration was a quick process, I wasn't sure if they planned to kit check or not but ...
... slow approach to Heathrow with 20 minutes circling somewhere over Hertfordshire. But then a slow descent across the whole of London, gleaming in the sunshine. I love flying over cities I know well. You can see all the veins and arteries, the blotches and the bumps, feels like a body that you could reach out and touch. Something light and fresh, and very un-Thorben, to eat at Giraffe (which on the other hand is very Thorben): avocado, lettuce, roasted ...
... unable to get much in the way of good photos. Still, it appeared to be typical Scottish weather, and was a lovely drive.
Day 4 - Monday. We drove out to Falkirk to see Bob's aunt Isabel, who he had never met before and is his only relative here as far as we could tell. We enjoyed our visits with Isabel and her son, Derek, going out for lunch at a nice local pub, and then back to Isabel's where she put on a lovely afternoon tea. Lots of stories of days gone ...
... At 6.00pm we left the hotel again and went for a walk to find some dinner. We ended up at Ask Italian which is quite close to our hotel. Possibly not realising Emma was too young for it, the waiter brought her some big pencils and a picture to colour in. Matt tried to show her how to draw on the page but of course she just tried to eat the pencils. Unfortunately she couldn’t have them so I ended up colouring in most of the picture for her.
After we ...
... and I leave Ghana for what could be the last time. I often wonder how I ended up here. How is it that I simply get to visit, spend some time with these amazing kids, but when it comes down to it I will return home to the comforts of my western life while the chances of them all remaining in this very town for the rest of their lives is so likely? I am so happy that I returned this year. Last year I grew in what feels like such a small way in ...