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... night then had a nice dinner at a local pub where we tried haggis, it was kind of like a meatloaf but it wasn't very nice. Luckily Shaun noticed that our burgers were sitting off the patty a bit and that was because they had put a haggis patty on top of the normal burger patty! They also have haggis with breakfast here so it's everywhere. One great things about the pub culture here is both and I have been trying the local beers around the place and I ...
... am exposed to negativity among non-white people as if they don't also have happy times or comedic scenarios. I think it's for this reason that I like Eddie Murphy so much. He's incredibly crude but it presents black people in a way that isn't victimized. After going through this thought process I then think "oh god, who am I to say anything about what kind of art non-white people are producing?". It also was nearly uncomfortable when they bowed and almost everyone was white. I don't ...
... 4 days our journey begins. A holiday full of contrasts. A holiday full of journeys, and not just destinations. Three weeks of glorious time with Henry and Simon. Three weeks of adventures with my best men. We have planned planes, ferries, yachts, helicopters, buses.. will travel high, and low.. from the highest sky scrappers, to the biggest building in the world! The building is so big it has its own weather ...
... it, I love men in kilts playing the bagpipes. It is so stereotypical Scottish, it just blows my mind!
After a walk around Princes street I stumbled upon this store that Jade told me about called Primark. It is a really cheap HUGE clothing store. This is where I found exactly what I was looking for, my first ever pj onesie. This thing just about made my life when I found it. I had to get it, bad little ashee buying something new! lols
... at Ashford (Kent) to arrive at St Pancras. Then, however, even though we had cleared UK immigration at Lille, the whole train-load of people was subjected to a further review of passports before we could actually exit the station. We sometimes wonder what would happen if the relevant UK ministers and senior officials were subjected to some of the same treatments they meted out on others. This is even amazing as we went through ...