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... past. Traditional clothing, drums, bands, dragons, fairies on stilts- it was all there. A treat to find as totally unexpected in the heart of Scotland. Some Chinese tourists had spotted it too and it was neat to see how joyous they were to find something from home. In the afternoon we met friends of friends for a beer. They went to Otumoetai college the same year I went to girls. They had spent six weeks in Europe, ...
... the hostel and collected our things! As we left the hostel, there was a parade going on and there was a procession of people playing the bagpipes and big drums. Saying goodbye to us I suppose! We walked to the train station with Andrea and said our goodbyes! It was such a lovely time with her and we hope to meet her in Brighton in a few weeks, and then again when we get to London at the end of April! Onto the next portion of our journey! We are on the train and have ...
(Angus and Angela)
Made it...we have travelled full circle. We arrived in Glasgow airport at about 3pm and were very kindly collected by Mandy Duff a neighbour and godsend! We were both pretty shattered from our last leg and I think Heathrow was just about the last straw. A smooth ride home in her compact little BMW and we had done it.
OK so this journey was not exactly a Phileas Fogg World adventure. ...
... extra mascara wands to clean up your make-up after it has been applied.
Add volume to your hair. You can easily do this by blow drying your hair upside-down for at least 10 minutes. When your hair is dry, give it a cool blast of air to set the volume in. You can make your hair have more bounce and volume just by doing this.
Tired of dealing with lots of frizzies and fly aways? Rub lotion into your hands and then very gently run over the frizzy ...
... Dalwhinny is a firm favourite of mine, and Christopher had broadened our horizons considerably while we were in Strathpeffer, but suddenly a whole new world has opened up in front of us... I don't know if this is a good thing or not, considering our limited budget, but maybe it will be a lesson in self restraint for us!
The fine single malts that were on the paddle were, in order: Auchentoshan 18yo Lowland, Old Pulteney 12yo Highland, Glenfarclas 25yo Speyside and ...