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... next door to the movie theatre, we decided to go watch a movie, Woman in Gold (Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds). Considering how tired we were, it was a great movie! Super interesting. The movie theatre certainly was not the cineplexes we have at home though! We ended the night with some hugs and love yous... Couldn't imagine doing this with any two other ladies! Slept like a baby... The rest of the trip is all gravy now ...
... if you walk in front of traffic, they slam on
the brakes and give you a "what are you doing you stupid westerner"
look. 30 motorcycles will stop to allow 1 car to go, and 10 cars will stop to
allow a bus or truck to go, no matter where they are on the road or the
situation around them, so the bigger you are, the more priority you have. The
horn is the most important part of a vehicle, especially when overtaking on
3. Curfews are ...
... The tradition at St Andrews is that third years adopt first years and exchange students during the first week. So I now have a mother and now I have to find a father at some point this week!
We then stopped off at another club's information session where they had all kinds of traditional Scottish foods: Scottish cheese, shortbread cookies, and even haggis flavoured chips (they just tasted like barbecue chips but they are as close as I've gotten ...
... 30pm anyway.
Seeing as we had some time, we decided to go for a delicious brunch which brightened the mood again as it's a firm Jamie favourite. Leo's Beanery and your coconut loaf wins the day again. Afterwards, we walked up the hill to pick up some required documents for the next car and got home just as Jamie's birthday flowers were delivered. So things were looking slightly better. She loved them.
I wanted to try out the trams since they were finally ...
... the view. We then moved onto the Great Hall, which was at least warm. The Great hall had massive stained glass windows, a ceiling with lots of wood beams and heaps of fire places. The windows contained the crests of many different family's. I even spotted the Rampart Lion which is the emblem for Balwyn High. After we had done the great hall we moved onto Kings and ...