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... room we packed, repacked, ironed, showered, etc. until the farewell dinner. I decided to wear my new Harris Tweed jacket to dinner. We took a group picture in the lounge before heading in for the farewell dinner. We sat with Butch and Linda and Ryan. Jean talked with Ryan about his job teaching fourth grade in a public school. Butch and I discussed the trip and the VAT refund. After saying goodbye to everyone, we returned to the room to finish packing and watch the last of British ...
... of many Scots.
Day 15 was a day of travel and as our son Elliott pointed out before we left home "don't plan anything on a day of air travel" and so we didn't. Although it is only a short flight (two hours) to Iceland, it is nevertheless considered an international flight and therefore you are required to be at the airport at least 2.5 hours before the plane takes off and go through all the necessary security protocols that are now compulsory ...
... hen is a term of endearment for a woman, which I've heard used a few times. For someone who enjoys exploring the various regional accents that the UK has to offer, Glasgow is a treasure trove! After lunch at a really nice Thai Restaurant in the centre of town, and a quick look around at the stores on the High Street, mom and I took a tour of the Glasgow School of Art. Like Canterbury HS on steroids, the Glasgow School of Art is a post-secondary institution for artists that dates back ...
... 3:30 pm and us getting up around noon. We drank tea and ate Digestive cookies (they sounded healthy) and watched the winter Olympics. I became a big curling fan and rooted for the U.K. One day, while Carmen was getting her hair done I went into a local pub to watch one of the Olympic curling matches. After nursing a pint watching the match, Carmen returned and sat ...
... the sheer longing I felt for the wide array of said suits. Unfortunately, they are quite bulky, and this would have taken up the entirety of my carry-on suitcase. (Curse you, Ryanair!)
I think we actually did end up spending quite a lot of time in there, because it was slightly after dinnertime by the time we got back. Lesley's parents had gone to visit Fiona, who had broken her ankle in a very serious-sounding manner. I did meet Lesley's two brothers, Stuart and Gordon, ...