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... 1,500 dead in the course of 36 hours, it was decided it was time for a final solution driven partly by ethnic hatred and mostly by greed. If you were the local landlord (the Laird) which made you more profits - the measly rent the locals (Crofters) could pay you or the big money to be made off of sheep grazing ? You guessed it. Better a ewe than a measly Scottish peasant.
In waves of brutal "clearances" they were driven from the land. From there it ...
... so they'll say "see you later for Maths" (and the 's' at the end wasn't a typo, different from the US where I usually call it math, here, you study maths, or go to maths class). Pretty much every Monday-Thursday from 2-4pm I'm in the Round Reading Room with a collection of other curious math students trying to get ready for the next workshop. Another new piece of language, it turns out my math tests are called workshops. So it was ...
Back to Glasgow for the gymnastics and to watch more of the games at the Kiwi House conveniently not far from our hostel and close enough to the High Street so I could take in some shopping whilst Mel watched the games.
Really loving Scotland seems like a very nice ...
... a beautiful blue lake with the rolling green hills in background view. One last and final stopover at Keswick, home of Derwent, offered us only a pencil factory and a few little stores for souvenirs and shopping. All we really wanted though was a warm bed under shelter, a place out of the wind and rain as well as a spot to rest our tired feet, I guess the travelling is really starting to take it out of us all. Missing home, ...
... Scotland - Belgium game (Scotland lost 2-0) There were kilts galore and on the night the smell of wet wool was all around. The trains were delayed by the wet weather (or the same issue that had held us up earlier in the day). Then we walked back to Ian's in the heavy rain trying to remember what the streets looked like in the day time as in the rain and the dark everything looked very different - we went in a few circles but got there in the end!!