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... spent a whole class attempting to create works of art using his style. It was a really cool experience to be able to see so many of his works, both some that I recognized right away and others that I had never seen before. We met up with the four other girls for dinner that evening, after a very satisfying day!
The next morning we woke up nice and early to get in line for the Anne Frank museum, the most visited location in Amsterdam. We got ourselves ...
... was the referendum here in Scotland - after months and months of anticipation, the day had finally arrived. Since the town is mostly full of students coming from all corners of the world, there wasn't as much action and excitement as I was expecting but there were certainly lots of cars and windows displaying flags and posters and there was a more noticeable amount of people bustling through the town, going to their assigned locations to vote. The vote results were only ...
... tempted. The guys have already bought a bunch of stuff and will be using my extra baggage allowance so that means I will head out empty handed. Only in a golfing town does girl not shop! Finally I found a grocery store and picked up some fruit & muffins for tomorrow morning. We have to be on the road by 6am so no chance of getting breakfast at the hotel tomorrow. Tomorrow will be a very long day of travel heading to Southport, ...
... youngest winner of the Glenfiddich Fiddle Championships in 2006. The other amazing talent was Gordon Patullo, who has won championships in the accordion. Next was the ceremony of the Haggis. For those of you who don't know, haggis is the national dish of Scotland. It begins with the cow's stomach, which is then filled with organ meats and other edible, but non-prime, parts of the animal and cooked. The resulting food is much like ...
... by a hill-billy family for most of it, all yelling at one another ("and so I, like, f***in' sez, like, 'f***in' where you f***in' going?' and she, like, f***in' sez..." all in front of their kids) and hopping off for a fag at every station, as well as three shrieking teenage girls for at least the last half. We really knew we were leaving the lovely quiet Highlands.
On the second train, from Inverness to Perth, we were joined in our little set ...