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-”GET ON A SHORT PLANE”…
-”DRIVE IN A CAR” …get to Nana’s house! “
Anyone who has children can relate I am sure.
….minor problem is the difference between an adult and a 3 years old’s sense of LONG and SHORT. I have now discovered why all parents kiss the ground that Steve Jobs walked on…Thank you iPods!!
... wall of Tarmac we were currently ascending. Debbie. Forget the cycling, I'm going to kill VINCE CROWLEY for breaking into my room last night, apparently drawing a smiley face on my mirror, which slid down and ended up like ghost slime all over the place. Thinking it was the boys mucking around, I went to seek revenge, until the Travelodge lady appeared and convinced me the room was haunted. Revenge Vince, revenge. Whoooooaaaaaaa....... You can tell Vince is now bored. One of ...
In a desperate bid to track down some traditional music, Susie and I sniffed out a Caelidh on the Friday night. It's been a while since we wheeled out our promenades and polka steps, but willows were stilled stripped and white seargents were still dashed. - we were absolutely buggared but **** it was fun.
Catch you later
Steppin' Susie and flyin' feet Frankie.
PS Still no sign of Susie's cute little leather pouch.
... Hostel, Edinburgh. Ok? Good. So I sat in the common room and did some writing, and texted Jade, from work back home, who I saw now had a UK phone number. When it was almost time to go back out, I went in to wake up the guys. There were about 4 more people in our room now... Damn! When we were ready, we started the half hour walk down to the Royal Mile, which is the main street in the city centre, and saw Bec, Heather and Sierra coming out of a hostel on the way in. ...
... Kirkyard (kirk is a term from about the 14th century used mostly in Scotland and a few surrounding areas to mean church) was a bit more interesting, as well as a bit more scraggly and unkempt. It dates back to the 16th century (1500s, don't you know), and was named for a Franciscan friary that was abolished during the Scottish Reformation (in which much that was Catholic in Scotland was abolished, and Scotland became all Protestantish with the rest of Europe's ...