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... stop at Alloa, and onto Doune. En route we passed the Wallace monument and Stirling Castle, I'm looking forward to visiting them in coming days. Doune is a pretty little town, typically with narrow winding streets, often with poor visibility for drivers. We drove around for a while, when we stopped to take a picture. As I was taking it, an old lady called out and asked me if I wanted a better photo. She told me to follow her. ...
We got there and had lunch and then booked mum and dads next train a bit later for that day which gave us a few hours. The best way to see a lot is the bus so that what we did again. Unfortunately the first one that came along was multi lingual so we had to use earphones and about half way through the trip half the headphones in the bus cut out. Weird wiring ...
... by twelve planes, twelve speedboats, two slow boats, two horses (one a suspected donkey), countless motorbikes, one tractor inner-tube, several trusty scooters, bicycles, taxis, coaches, minibuses, tuk-tuks, sangthaws, bullet trains, rickety old trains, and a couple of elephants. I had played my guitar and sung hundreds of songs everywhere from Korean, Thai, Vietnamese and Malaysian bars to stunning beaches to the bow of a slow ...
... forts, quickly making their way north. Then they started getting into fights with these crazy blue faced men, said the equivalent of "Heck no, I'm not paid enough for this malarkey" (pg rating remember), and then promptly built a couple of walls to keep the crazy blue faced people out. That's Scotland. Since then, the area has become a part of Great Britain, but it's not like England. You know, for the little reasons like bagpipes, kilts, and haggis (you can buy haggis ...
I can hardly believe I am typing this, but in a couple of hours I will embark on my last bar shift, meaning that tomorrow I will wake up as the most delighted unemployed person in the country.
It's hard to describe how long and yet how short this year has been. The endless double shifts, starting with a day dealing with all manner of slathering jakey ghouls and ...