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... in height, weighed 23 stone and had a foot sized of UK 18! At the end of the day it was time for the much anticipated Caber Toss event. The second man to attempt the throw and...snap! The thing breaks. The organisers phoned a man down the road who happened to have a replacement Caber at his house (?), it was brought down within half an hour, and broken within a minute! It was hilarious. They had no more for backup so had to create ...
... s beer, and many of my friends in Durham swear by it. That being said, I have been on a number of brewery tours in my life, and I am sad to say that this one was by far the least impressive. While the tour guide was extremely friendly, she was also quite scatterbrained and had a really heavy accent. I found her accent a bit of a challenge, those guests on the tour who were not native English speakers found it impossible. The tour was quite long, really pointless, and the guide spent ...
... 163;10 which was a lovely way to taste various dishes. We all decided that salted caramel chocolate tart with pistachio ice cream was the ideal way to conclude our sojourn in Scotland. Yum! DOUG'S DIARY - Glasgow not fully open on Sunday. Tried for breakfast at the Bay Tree but not open at the advertised time of 9 am. Caught a taxi but as we passed the Bay Tree noticed that it was now open. Nothing was open in town and Andy would not go ...
... boy was unwell, with vomiting and a temperature we took him back to the room to nurse him to health.
Disappointing not only because Master X was sick, but because I missed the opportunity to go to Aunt Margaret's house for afternoon tea. However it was nice because she came back with the rest of the contingent to the grill at the hotel for a nice meal. There is no shortage of food in Scotland and I am weening out the clothes that no longer fit me as a ...
... sometimes bubbling in white effervescence and moving from side to side just like an adolescent with no sense of direction, just simply an ability to grow bigger.
As the afternoon wore on, we searched for some sign of where we should bid farewell to the Clyde. By now we have passed the Mauldslie Bridge, a spectacular bridge encompassing a small fortressed building at the far side. We knew that the remaining historical feature we had ...
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