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August 10 Sunday Inverness-Loch Lomond - Glasgow Leaving Inverness at 8.30am to blue skies mild weather no hurricane Bertha yet! Comfortable hotel but rude non UK dining staff. More war stories about Bonny Prince Charlie and his highlander Jacobites and the battle at Culloden 1746 and England's Duke of Cumberland. Red and blue markers marked the fields of key losses. The visitor centre had well presented features and ...
... to catching up with Ron's friends, Ann and Martin, in Carlisle tomorrow and then it's the Lakes District.
Finally, before leaving Scotland we must mention the accent! When spoken broadly it's pretty incomprehensible! Conversations go something like:
Peter: "I'd like a flat white please"
Waiter: "Huh?" "Kun'ya rrrrrpet 'at plaise?"
Peter: "Huh?" " mmmm . . . a flat white????"
It only dawned on us then that we're as incomprehensible to them!!!
Today I got up early and put on a nice dress.Not for any reason other than it was boiling outside. No
really, that was the only reason.Then I picked up my phone, bag, jacket and left.But I forgot to pick up my jacket and instead picked up just
Barney’s jacket. And while I was on my way to the Transport Museum, I
realised maybe I should have got mine too.It began raining about ...
... 8217;s birthday, Ramadan, Indonesian Independence Day and Lebaran. I had lived under the Bridge Over the River Kwai and had my body manipulated by the best masseurs the world has to offer. I had eaten samgupsal, chabu chabu, galbi, pig spine soup, massaman curry, sticky rice, lab, dragonfruit, the greatest Indian curries I have ever come across, and not a single dog (despite some close scrapes and devious deception by Paul Duffy). I ...
... nice cross country friendly game. The sport itself is a great game of skill blended with endurance and athleticism. But let's be honest, they fake injuries way too much. Within five minutes of us entering the gates there were two guys diving to the ground and pretending to be paralyzed after an opponent breathed on them. It will take a lot for Americans to embrace that mentality. Not to mention that the score was tied 1-1 late in the game ...