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... looking for it. I was prepared to just pay for another one but she was very exasperated with herself and so I kept quiet, silently praying she would find it. God saw fit to let us wait for several mins, but she did eventually find it in one of her purse pockets. This meant we had to be flexible in order to fit in a quick bite to eat. I remembered having eaten in a very good cafeteria (similar to K&W in the US, but not nearly so crowded as either that or ...
... But then the waiter told us that we were not really eating traditional Haggis. We were eating "tourist haggis". At the pub, we met two Canadian sisters who were from Saskatchewan. They said they knew we were Canadian by the way Dawn pronounced the word "mum". Tonight there were a few more demonstrations, what with today being referendum day. There was one lone guy with a 'no ' sign. It will be interesting to see what the outcome is ...
The water kelpie is a Celtic folk lore water horse that gallops over the waves. Nessie is also a kelpie. This is played on the harp (see YouTube). Also transforms into handsome men to lure women into traps. Breakfasted and packed up Margaret waited in the lobby while Cheryl and I went in search of our hire car. A good walk later we found the place and decided that we needed a vehicle upgrade (didn't want to come down too far after driving an Audi ...
... many of these little pie things but I'm obsessed with them so whatev) but I also got 2 packs of chicken, 1 pack of ground beef, and some shrimp! Trying to mix it up! On our homestay last weekend, we had these little mini pies and I fell in love so I searched through Tesco and found them! The ones that I know we had at the Robinson's are a brand called Mr. Kipling. The box comes with 6 mini pies filled with apple, black currant and cherry. I don't know why I'm ...
... super funny to watch especially the lazy guys just chilling about. There was one who you could tell was probably the bully of the group as he would aggressively swing about, scream, and slam himself into the exhibit walls. It was very fun to watch.
The penguins were hilarious. There was one guy standing there with his one arm out and looked as though he was just directing visitor traffic through the exhibit. There was an old guy who was molting and it ...
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