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... look off.
Anyway we quickly got out of there only to run into an amazing looking salon within less that 10 seconds out the door & around the corner. Dark. So dark.
The night went off without a hitch! First and probably (due to lack of time) last night out ing Glasgow. The next morning we all headed out for brunch where I has a near perfect eggs bene. Success.
... a small little area that only we were allowed to go into all for 10 pounds. Not too bad of a deal. Fubar was insaneeeeee and a lot of fun! But my 9am class wasn't the greatest on Friday morning but hey, atleast I actually went. Class was good besides the fact that I couldn't hear out of my right ear due to dancing next to the speaker (the size of me) all night. Everything's back to normal now though.
After class I was just relaxing for a while and some of ...
... 2km). With 30km to run with wet feet, but my feet and runners had been well and truly tested in the wet so I was confident that I wouldn't get any grief with my feet along the way. So the run was nice, but a little boring after awhile. No toilets on the route and no toilet signs directing me anywhere into any of the villages I ran through. This meant after about 14km I had to venture off the track down a gully and find a discreet place to ...
... be seen and experienced today. When I spent a few days on Mount Athos last year, one of the most moving experiences for me was getting up at 3am to witness a service which in that very chapel had been held every day for almost 1000 years! And the ritual and ceremony had apparently not changed much over that time. It certainly felt like an ancient, and somehow alien, yet innately human ritual. This kind of experience India is promising. But will I find it? Because there is the ...
... we trekked along the suburban streets, under the motorway along the path, the walk was lovely, along the banks of a stream, up the hill, along the path, through a wooded area, through a grassed area where people can picnic, past a lovely weir, and finally to the main house. Would you like a drink says Gordon, yes please I'm gasping. Well it's not much further to the gallery so we'll get something there. (Darn, but okay) Along another path, oh look at the lovely wee herd ...
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