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... the other folk on the bottom level of the bus. Tom and Oli went with Heather to the adventure park and did a bunch of flying fox work and then played about 6 world cups in the back yard. Davo and Heather cooked an amazing dinner on Saturday night and we watched a delayed telecast of the Ladies Wimbeldon Final.
Sunday was Tom's 9th birthday so after the opening of a healthy collection of presents, we hit the road down ...
... a fine example of pre-Reformation Gothic architecture built in the 12th century. Once inside the church you can walk below ground level to complete chapel areas underneath and the site of St Mungo’s cell. Behind the cathedral sit the elaborate Victorian tombs of the extraordinary necropolis providing a spooky silhouette against the sky.
Another interesting visit was to the ...
... t catch the scratch too. Just doesn't seem right.
Next stop: Edinburgh
# of countries: 32
# of cities: 68
# of bus rides: 18
# of taxis: 2
... anyway, because my first day of work was the very next day and I enjoyed it a lot!
Wednesday evening I joined the Bible Read Through group for the first time. It is a great way of meeting and getting to know new people!
I think it is quite funny how every single person I meet has a different accent. This may sound logical, and it probably is. I guess it has just become more obvious since English is not my first language. When speaking Dutch you do not ...
... of the them. There is 500,000 people in Glasgow and it's the Capital of Scotland. It's an industrial city and an honest city as they acknowledged that they had a huge drug problem and did something about it whereas Edinburgh denied it had a problem and today it has the highest rate of HIV drug addicts. Glasgow cleaned all it's stone buildings and as a result when it rains the buildings turn green with fungus. On entrance to the city, Glasgow is an ugly city, cement and ...