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... I had met over the past 6 months and my trip to Glasgow and Edinburgh was mainly to meet up with friends I had met traveling :-) While I hadn't seen Cara, Rachael and Seamus for at least 3 months it was like nothing had changed when we met up again, the travelling friendship bond is strong. We we able to reminisce on our travel adventures together, talk about other travel adventures we had after saying goodbye the first time and get excited about where our next adventures will take us! ...
We left London early on Saturday morning. Kate was not feeling good cause she had been out at the Backstreet Boys and got home at 1.30. We meet Kelly on the train on the way to Baker Street to catch the bus to luton. We were optimistic that we would have no delays this time cause every other trip we had done with Kelly and recently the plane had been delayed. It was no different today, I guess we are just cursed and so is Kelly cause she is always with us when it happens. Anyway the ...
Well folks we made it....After weeks of preparations Angela and I are sitting in the Skylounge at the delightfully exotic Glasgow airport. Happy with free wifi and hot chocolate. Scheduled for take off in an Boeing 777. Hopefully the plane does not use the same batteries as the grounded 787 Dreamliner...another one failed in Japan yesterday.
Nice easy ride in a Merc with Tony to the airport...with luggage reduced to a minimum. Angela has being fussing over ...
... is gone, but the embankments around it have been converted to Castlebank Park with very large trees (and owls hooting). I was told a bowling green occupied the castle site, but found a very flat area like an abandoned, extra large, house platform, near a few stone remains. It looked suitable for bowls, but not any more.
I enjoyed many aspects of this town, but Lanark in some respects has a rather “down market” flavour. Grills on many of the shop ...
... in an urban area to stop at a Sainsbury's grocery store and stock up on some items for lunch... since we weren't sure when we would ever see such a commercial area again, the way we were going.
Finally, with a car full of food, we made our way north and west to get on our way up towards Loch Lohmond... but our trip north was definitely going to be cut short after Fort William now. So we would miss out on Loch Ness and Inverness. :(