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Took a tour around the city on a hop on hop off double decker bus. Didn't bother to get off anywhere as we didn't fancy walking too far. Big city with heaps of history. Didn't do nowt else today. Fuelled up ready to go to the ferry tomorrow morning to go to North Ireland. It's a couple of hours on the ferry so should be ...
... council (public) housing. One WSJ article on the local diet made it
sound like the food staples are all cholesterol laden meat and eggs breakfasts,
chips, and depp-fried Mars bars contributing to an extremely high heart attack
death rate. The city also has a red political reputation with strong socialist
and Labour party inclinations and was one of the few parts of Scotland where a
majority voted for independence in last year’s referendum. Altogether it ...
... able to use their house while they are away - win all round! We warmed up quickly after a delicious roast dinner and several glasses of wine. Later on we had a visit from Craig and Susan McCall and their children Connor and Leah. Susan is Neil and Isobel's daughter and Craig is also a rider so we had lots to talk about. Craig has just returned from a short riding trip to Germany with his mates and had ridden some of the roads that we were on just a couple ...
A kind invitation from our friends, Cherry and Gordon Briggs, to stay at their home was too good to ignore. We were looking forward to hearing about their travels, golf, retirement and their involvement as officials in badminton at The Games …. many stories were shared! They both looked amazing, were full of beans and their golfing now takes them 'all over' … the world, that is!
Glasgow was in song for the World Cup pool game against Belgium tonight. Loch Lomond: the largest lake in the UK! Very pretty On Loch Lomond we learned of the West Highland Way, a 95 km walking track - the only way around the Loch; no road. No commercial fishing now; the last commercial fisherman finished over 5 years ago. Glencoe valley: site ...