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... put in the window in years gone by so that the fishermen returning could identify their homes. The third photo was taken the glorious day before in the gardens of the hotel in Arran where we had afternoon tea and the last one for you Linda,of Tarbert but it was raining. Off to bed now, it's 10.15pm and still daylight outside.
Love Etta xxx
... Scottish countryside. We got out and took a walk up a hill, so we got a glimpse of Scottishness, through the rain.
Afterwards I thought they'd drop us off at the station, but no, they brought us back to the house and we had dinner before we got a train at 8.40, that eventually got us back to Leith at about 10.30. It was a really good day. Life is good when you meet up with an old friend, and it feels comfortable. Very happy.
After weeks of fervid anticipation and years of construction works, the Commonwealth Games have finally arrived in Glasgow. The combination of sunshine, heat and excitement have created a great atmosphere, and even a non sports person like me has become caught up in it. George Square features spectacular displays of flowers, a giant sales marquee, and a colourful sculpture of the Games logo where visitors and locals alike are keen to get their picture taken: an ...
... from Glasgow International Airport to Orlando. At customs I finally got to go through the US citizen line, and the guy checking my passport said "Welcome home" and I almost cried.
Then I flew from Orlando to Seattle, and crashed at my parents house, since I had been up for 30 hours and could finally sleep without worrying about my surroundings or catching a flight the next morning. (I slept on the floor because my parents' house was full, but I've been used ...
... important part of the day was obviously when we found delicious gluten-free cupcakes at a local tea shop called Cup. After exploring Glasgow, we went for Ross' weekly sushi night with his good friends Al & Al (Allison and Allan). Unfortunately, not all Glaswegians have Ross' clear accent, but the needed translations added a lot of humour to the conversation.
The next day, we took off to Edinburgh. It is one of the most beautiful cities ...