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... and would give her some suitable options. On the way home we swung by the HomeBase shop and I bought an old school emergency shower, the type that fits onto the bath taps, with a 1.5m rubber hose and shower rose. Get a few puzzled looks from the girls but once we got home and I rigged it up they got the idea. Did some quality control myself and found it pretty serviceable, should do the trick until A.Dot gets the bathroom upgraded. On our last night we were ...
... still remains and the churches there were full of music and huge, dominating the town. The priory gardens were a park and we strolled among the pigeons and heaps of wee squirrels and lovely flowers. A surprise stop but one well worth it. One final stop at a lovely old pub somewhere in the laneways between Bury and Halesworth. Couldnt tell you where now but had a great and needed drink there, met some aussies and some locals and arrived home well satisfied with our ...
... North Studios building. They have developed every Grand Theft Auto since 2001, I think, so it was holy ground for me.
Still trying to gather courage to talk up a local. Some lady said "pssst!" really loud as I was walking by her, but I said "no thanks", as I think she was trying to sell me drugs. Not sure if that counts as mixing it up with the local Scots but I'm gonna count it anyways.
... to get dark and cooling down even more.
A senic drive home, quick change and off we went again with Nerissa, Andrea and Tina to see the pantomime. What a wonderful performance with lots and lots of laughing, audience participation and fun.
Back to our home away from home for some more chatting, finished my slice and had a yummy chocolate Bailey's. Another late night but since we have an early start tomorrow I really should be sleeping, so goodnight for ...
Scotland is cold.
The first thing I see as I get off the plane is luggage made from Harris Tweed and I think;
"Its that cold that even the luggage needs to be in a blanket??!"
Don't forget, this is summer in Scotland and the temperature is 4-15 degrees Celsius.
It's Thursday morning, in the middle of summer and the current midday temperature is 15 ...
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