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... gievn how many balls there were and it was the last match of the games) and so did the crowd as they booed loudly (you can just hear it in the background of the coverage). No more scoring after all that although India didn't let up. It was Gold, Gold, Gold for Australia. We thought the rain was bad during the match was bad, but after the final whistle, the heavens opened and only the brave (or the stupid) stayed in the stands. Even ...
... to watch a little bit of dancing before and during the rain. David also performed with his lil scottish band which was a lot of fun to listen to.
Sunday we spent the day walking around Glasgow while it wasnt raining (there was a lot of rain). Of course we went to a greek restaurant for lunch which was sooooo good. Sunday afternoon was definitely my favourite part of the entire 2 week trip. We found a bar with live music ...
... olds do, we went shopping in a very teenage store…Forever 21.
Never would I imagine myself looking around a fashion shop with her laughing and telling me to hold this up against me! It was gorgeously hilarious!
Then we went for the food, and according to her the meals are big. So we didn't order a giant meal, just a burger and chips!
Even the thought that she ordered a burger and fries still cracks me up.
We talked while we ...
... favourite moments in this historic city were the ones that surprised me.
- the grocery stores - since we had a full kitchen at our disposal, we often cooked. The difference between the grocery stores in Scotland and Toronto was quite the culture shock. The booze section a) exists and b) equals the size of the produce section in most Sothebey's. The eggs are so fresh that they're kept on the shelves, and not in refrigerators. Seemingly small differences, but I loved ...
... tour, again with Rabbie's (the company I did the Loch Ness tour with from Edinburgh)...this time I went up to Oban. The highlight here for me though was the castles. First stop was the Inverary Castle...a beautiful, privately owned, and well managed castle sitting over the white-washed town of Inverary. Then we stopped at Kilchurn castle, where we had a key to get in (its closed to the public!!) so I felt extremely lucky to be there. Just the 4 of us, tripping around this old castle. ...