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... to have access to international phone calls (just access mind you not including the cost of the calls), there is no facility to have access to international SMS.
And lastly (this I was told "off the record") if the connection is limited, PAYG customers are bumped from the network BEFORE contracted customers are.
So all the trouble I have had with Vodafone, was in fact the normal level of service provided for PAYG customers.
The moral of ...
... It was a lot of fun with a really great group of people.
The next day, I had a SAS trip to Edinburgh, which was a 2-hour drive on the bus. I sat with Melinda and Robin and Cat sat in front of us. Our first stop was the Holyrood palace, where Queen Elizabeth II stays for just a week to 10 days at the beginning of every summer to carry out official meetings and duties—she’s there now. She stays at her Scottish country ...
... are grazing sheep. There are also huge wind spires everywhere.
Our next stop was Gretna Green just over the border into Scotland. Its claim to fame is that couples who wanted to wed and needed to avoid the banns that were required by British law could cross the border into Scotland, where banns were not required, and be married by the blacksmith. Why the blacksmith, you ask? Because he was the only person who could ...
... with some local children about our same age. We split the delegates into three groups and rotated them through three activities. They played volleyball, did a cultural activity, and the human demolition and learned about being a DJ. After the activities were done, we made sandwiches and all had lunch together. We then gathered our things and walked to Dunolly Adventure Outdoors ...
... The history book also mentioned a cottage occupied by a Donald Somerville. It is apparently the one adjacent to the Robb buildings. My theory about the well has also foundered. The funny circle on the street is meant to be a roundabout - no ridge or anything, but it was only put there a few years ago.
The day finished with a quick ride back to Carluke, and an Indian Banquet for under 10 pounds. Pakora - little morsels in batter for starters, ...
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