SACO Glasgow - Cochrane Street
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Tomorrow we are off at last. Although it has been in planning for 14 months, the trip has not seemed quite real yet, even when I was having needles stuck into me week after week for vaccinations. But now all preparations are complete: visas in order; travel documents printed off; clothes and equipment assembled; and enough e-books and podcasts to see us through the next ...
... throwing up all over the seat, her purse and her boyfriend's shoe. That was just lovely. Everyone in the car looked at them.. gross. Also, we thought they were a young teenage couple? No.. probably in their 40's. C'mon now.
When we got back we decided not even to try and wait for the bus but just hop in a taxi and make our way back to the Uni. So despite the fact that we ran into some trouble, it was a lot of fun and a great way to spend Valentine's Day.
... some time and you then kind of 'get used' to not seeing them. However when you then get to see them for a while, you have to get used to this all over again!
When I got home from the airport, I had of course dinner and sat down with my housemate to figure out a good schedule for all the assignments I have to do. It has been quite a struggle for me to figure out a way to do this during my stay. Also, because it takes quite some time to get used to living 'on ...
... little system it is too! The cars are small and so are the tunnels, its a bit like an underground station on the Moon, sort of scaled down. It is also bloody loud! I had to stick my fingers in my ears, never heard anything like it! Maybe the Milan Metro in places but this was consistent. We strolled from the station through the drizzle for about 10 minutes, it was well signposted, and arrived at the Museum where a deserted Ice Cream wagon sat alone ...
... 8217;re there. The chorus of beeping and honking (and the occasional moo) was something Nomie had never experienced before and she chuckled at the thought of how her Mum might be reacting in the same situation. Cars pulling in front, donkeys, bikes, rickshaws and everything extremely close. Tim had been in India and driven there himself but it even had him worried as trucks would sketchily edge 5cm away from your window. In any case we made it to the wee train station ...