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... ve been if one of the players or someone in the front row had been hit. Quote from the BBC Commentator "woah, and it's bouncing into the crowd, that could be nasty if that ball's hard. Thankfully no damage done, someone's trousered that particular hockey ball". I held the ball aloft as a trophy, which turned out to be a mistake as one of the volunteers chose this moment to "do his job" and came and took it back off me. I thought that was a ...
... dirty, gross, cute looking highland cows to top off the day.
Sa**************ed out of Glasgow to Helensburgh to go to the highland games! I was so excited to be experiencing a true highland games in Scotland. We watched a lot of the amateur competitors in the traditional men events. Unlucky Peter didnt do so great in the events, and neither did David, but it was his first time competing so we gave him a break. We were ...
... dress, which suits me so well!
I went to meet her at the station, and as per usual, she was dressed like she walked off the cover of Vogue! Honestly, she is the most fashion-wise elder I have ever met!
She asked where I would like to go for lunch, and she suggested Hard Rock Café. Not where I thought she was going to suggest, but I was all up for that!
We had some time between booking and being seated, so as ...
... who is somewhat of a Scottish religious hero. It was my favourite "history surprise" during my time in Glasgow. He managed to pop up in every city I visited in Scotland, and that was fine with me.
I spent one day in the city alone, while my friend attended to school work. I visited the beautiful Glasgow Cathedral, which had exquisite stained glass paintings, as well as relics from the original foundations of the Cathedral. In the basement is the tomb of St. Mungo.
... Loch Lomond and the Balloch Castle Park were one we all explored together. Only 45 minutes by train from Glasgow (and only £5.80 return!!) it's a beautiful, very peaceful, park on the side of the amazing and VERY large loch. (Loch, meaning lake, but don't EVER say lake in Scotland!!) The castle ruins always add that special something to a walk!! And the Balloch House pub was nothing short of amazing. Log fires, old comfortable chairs, yummy food, good beer. *sigh* I did ...