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... believe the "study" aspect of my study abroad experience is being satisfied by the fact that I am learning, and learning a lot. Whether that means I'm learning a new form of English from my Maths class or how the Yellowhammer bird is affected by mono-culture farming in my biology class, or maybe I'm learning about Scottish culture from a weekend trip around the country. Neither physical nor mental stagnancy is much of a problem.
... and May Montgomerie, Gordon’s wonderful sister, have a shop farm on the northern side of the Clyde ….. but not just an ‘any old’ shop farm! Ramo saw his first Highland cattle, daughter Sarah’s strawberry tart was superb and the whole place was like Burke’s Back Yard on steroids! The
Scottish hospitality was just getting better!
A full day out at the ...
So....here I am, sat in front of the telly watching the opening game of the 2014 World Cup. Snoring next to me is my dog ,Ollie. If I wasn't off my face on Ben and Jerry's then I'd probably be asleep too. It's not the best game, but knowing that I'll be in the very same city in which this match is being played, in just three days, is enough reason to stay awake. I know it seems odd to start a blog before ...
... and had not moved from the runway. After half an hour we landed safely.
We picked up our higher car (a cool little Nissan Juke) and headed for town. We were supper hungry as we hadn't had time to get anything at the airport before takeoff. Turns out I don't remember much of Glasgow city, but it was cool to have a look around at the old buildings. We managed to find a Walkabout pub (chain of Auzzie/Kiwi/Safa pubs from London) for some burgers for lunch.
After checking into our hotel at Glasgow, we changed from our travelling clothes into some nicer clothes for dinner. A restaurant pub offered us some nice food and cheap jugs to share. We then headed out for a wander and to "people watch." We ended up in a club that wasn't too crowded and who offered £2 drinks!!! (Roughly the equivalent of $4) After some time spent there with the locals and their funny accents and after playing ...