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... Lamb, says to Andy, " did Craig ever tell you about the time when. . . . . ". Luckily I had! We both had a great night and with meeting old friends and new, 01:30hrs came too early and we were off to bed, a little happy! Many thanks to Danny Brown for arranging it all and all at our table for the pleasant company, renewed, and new friendship. Ka kite ...
The girl that did mine hated life and the girl that did Diana's appeared to be on drugs and perhaps the worst advertisement for a nails beautician (or whatever they're called) we'd ever seen with her highlighter pink chipped back skanky nails, bitten down as far as they could go. A healthy dose of black regrowth coming though the bleached blonde & ugg boots topped ...
... a small little area that only we were allowed to go into all for 10 pounds. Not too bad of a deal. Fubar was insaneeeeee and a lot of fun! But my 9am class wasn't the greatest on Friday morning but hey, atleast I actually went. Class was good besides the fact that I couldn't hear out of my right ear due to dancing next to the speaker (the size of me) all night. Everything's back to normal now though.
After class I was just relaxing for a while and some of ...
... early on the airport! This did however mean I had to wait for 20 minutes, being all excited to see my Dutchies! And then I finally saw them walking through the door at the International arrivals! It was just so good to finally see them and to be able to show them around in 'my' city! Proud!
At one point we took the bus to go into the centre, and we sat on the top part (it was a double decker). One of the passengers asked another passenger whether it would ...
... tube"), small and the trains are very short - two or three carriages. I had the feeling we were riding in something that was one notch up from an amusement park ride. Anyway, the system worked well.
The Riverside Museum is located on the banks of the River Clyde. It is a transport museum and has a great collection of cars, buses, trams, locomotives and model ships. All this is housed in a architect-designed building only ...
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