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... wake up with the rain pelting my tent and ask my buddy if he is still planning on climbing that mountain we talked about the night before. The answer is always yes. Waterproof layers, properly staked tents and navigation skills in a whiteout are always necessary. I've truly gained an appreciation for the relativity of elevation. Sure, these mountains might not reach much higher than 3000ft, but they've definitely offered me some of the crazier conditions ...
... Princess Anne. The window is full of Christian teaching and the overall theme is that of growth. Each light pole adjacent to the Cathedral displays this intriguing 'Armorial Insignia'. The bird, tree, bell and fish all relate back to stories about the patron saint, St Mungo. All a bit much to explain here. We returned on the 2:48 train after 'coffee at Costa' and watched the misty cloud and rain close ...
... in Kathmandu that I wouldn't need a jacket for heavy rain. I was cheering for New Zealand as were the row of rowdy Scots behind me. They were very friendly and told me they were becoming Aussies for the night as Scotland had bowed out early. They happily joined in the Aussie Aussie Aussie's later in the evening. After half time a few more of the Aussies started to flood in and as I watched this lady ascend the stairs towards me, I realised in "It's a Small World- Episode ...
... and stood at the edge of the road, and watched the parade go past. Well we stood and waited for a full ½ hour first, but still.
And I have to give it to the burlesque dancers who came past! I would never in a million years walk down a crowded street in Glasgow in my underwear and a few beads, let alone shimmy down!
The rain held off for most of the day, bar a few sprinkles, but we stayed and watched the parade.
As we were walking through all ...
... who is somewhat of a Scottish religious hero. It was my favourite "history surprise" during my time in Glasgow. He managed to pop up in every city I visited in Scotland, and that was fine with me.
I spent one day in the city alone, while my friend attended to school work. I visited the beautiful Glasgow Cathedral, which had exquisite stained glass paintings, as well as relics from the original foundations of the Cathedral. In the basement is the tomb of St. Mungo.
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