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I was so lucky to see the Aussies in not one final but two. This match definitely deserved a bigger crowd than the one that turned up. The miserable weather of the previous day kept people away. The rain eased before the game, and the sun appeared before the first whistle, but the showers came back later and by late in the second half it was pouring down again. Again I sat next to some very friendly Glaswegians who became honorary Aussies for ...
It was a short train ride and before we knew it (or I guess finished the movie Frozen) we were in Glasgow! Luckily it wasnt raining so we were able to find our hostel without too many difficulties, especially since it was so close to the train station. We spent the rest of the day walking around the main city centre of Glasgow.
Friday we were up early to catch our first day ...
... cool!It was David (I think?) and his girlfriend, Barney and me.They are really good company! Then it was sadly back to the hostel, but I was fortunate in
that I got to walk all the way back to the station with the jacket on before
handing it back.Then it was time to brave my own stupidity. When I got back to the Hostel, I went on Facebook and began
to notice all the ‘The ...
... Our next stop was for lunch in Grasmere, home of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. And, the rain continued, so we elected not to go see the grave of William Wordsworth, but to do a little shopping instead. This area is known for it's tasty gingerbread and Kandel Kakes. We successfully found both and decided we might as well buy an umbrella, since it's rainier in Scotland! Apparently the reverse psychology ...
After an uncomfortable, mostly sleepless night, we pulled into Raykjavik, Iceland to a very quiet and deserted airport about 12:30 am Denver time (5:30 am local time). We have a short layover, long enough to get some yoghurt and a diet coke! We're off again and we landed in ...