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... not in the right mind to even think. The best thing to do was get ourselves to the next hotel and crash.
On the train, a quick call home to loved ones so they knew we were still alive and keeping to our promises of regular contact. We have only been over here for about 10 days but it feels like we have already been here a month….home is such a distant memory.
We could imagine the airport hotel where we were staying to have been ...
... I've seen) and the people's palace. Unfortunately we couldn't enjoy some of the suits because the city was preparing for a huge music festival the next day. Glasgow was a cool city, but I definitely liked Edinburgh more. Now we're about to be on our way to Grantown-on-spey for the start of our whiskey ...
... well last time I checked when I heard myself speaking!
- Scotland is cheaper than England
- Edinburgh is quite close to Newcastle/South Shields where Uncle Frank is.
...just to name a few pointers.
On the job front, it looks as though I already have a temporary position starting end of October for two months - and my mobile rang about 20 mins after I sent my resume to the agency!
On the accomm front - I am looking at ...
... or in Ally's case, more wine! Then once washed and packed we went down to breakfast. We had a choice of either the breakfast option (a large array of dishes) or a starter and a main off the a la carte menu. We both opted for the breakfast, Ally getting the eggs and Cat the pancake so we could compare. Apart from these rather rich and creamy sections of our breakfast we also received 'foul beans', fresh orange juice, tea and flat bread with some Arabic cream cheese. It was very tasty ...
... times at three different gates before we got rebooked on a flight with a layover in Dublin and then on to Glasgow. They originally had us going through Shannon (IRE) and not getting there until the next afternoon. The Dublin flight to Glasgow was about five hours earlier. When we asked the original gate agent if they had anything earlier he told us only through ...