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... br abp="1160">back to the hostel and then 2 of them and I went to a club. On the subway
though, we came across these drunk guys who sang me happy birthday and made a
huge fuss! I have no idea who they are or where the video ended up haha!Was not my intention, but it was really good. We danced and
met some other lovely folk…and that is about all I can remember.We got in at 3:30am when the sun way beginning to show.Lisa xo
... spend me!" Bought myself a rather ostentatious necklace ( big and sparkly!) some make up and a boomerang. Found another cafe to have a spot of grog and more wifi then headed on down Collins street through the underground at the train station ( directions from another really friendly Aussie couple) then over the bridge to the riverside where I stopped for a refreshing vodka and coke ( was missing my lunchtime aperitif) watched the world go by, chatted to 3 girls at the next table ...
... been friends since a chance meeting in Canada back in the early '70s. Peter along with their youngest daughter Kirsten met my mum and me at Inverkeithing train station on 6th May, 1988. 25 years and three days later, 9th May, 2013, Kirsten met me at Edinburgh. How about that?
May has been a period of coming to terms with such a sudden departure and arrival. I have both really enjoyed the trappings of a wealthy Western life after an absence of 110 days but ...
... to visit them. Killearn accommodates well off workers from Glasgow, who commute daily and there are many grand houses as well as some of the old cottage types. I keep thinking of those “Escape to the Country” type TV programmes where they seek village life within commuting distance of their workplaces.
The West Highland Walkway which uses a disused railway line passes nearby. I don’t think it takes bikes. I had hoped to walk it to Balfron. It seems ...
... solid and very arty. I visited the national gallery there while tim went in search of thrift shops but he didn't have much luck.
When we got to the bowtop retreat the lady there reccomended a couple of antique/ bric-a-brack shops one in Melrose and one in Denholm. I ended up buying myself the sweetest little 1920's style figure of a little girl holding a hoop. She is a reproduction but I don't care she is ever so pretty and ...