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... visit Mum again in the afternoon, then do a little shopping. We didn't encourage Mum to go sit outside with us this time, although it was another warm and sunny day, because she had just had a friend visit her prior to me and my brother coming, so she was more tired. But we did stay an hour, until official visiting time was over (they have two time periods in the pm when visitors can come). Mum was writing a list of things for one of my sisters ...
... are bonds that are strengthened through subsequent days and
weeks of travelling or working together. They can start on buses or boats, in
bars or beaches, by chance or through a nice gesture. I met some awesome people
over the last 27 months, and I look forward to the next drink we may share!
And so that's it. My journey
started in September 2012 with Agassiz Village's foray into the southern
hemisphere, living with my brothers in our million $ flat by ...
... up this blog for the day, a quick word about Scottish toilets. There are not many of them and with Noel under doctors orders to consume as much water as possible, he has had to resort to peeing in some of the strangest places imaginable but being a very careful individual, he has not yet been sprung.
Another terrific day comes to an end. Nine days in, not one newspaper read or one TV show viewed. Is Australia still OK? Is Tony Abbott still Prime Minister? Who ...
... some local ales and share some chat. Very nice indeed.
About 10:00 we grabbed a taxi to head back home to our Guest House and call it a night. Deb and John had plans for 9 holes of golf at St. Andrews and Deb and Wayne were going to do some hunting of Debra's Scottish ancestors. So off to bed we went for another day of adventuring tomorrow.
... I could take it as far as Glenrothes and catch a bus onward for Dundee. So that's what I did; in fact my bus caught up with the 0810 as we entered Glenrothes and I was able to make a quick switch and so arrived in Dundee at 1035.
My relief at reaching Dundee in reasonable time was dampened by the thick mist enveloping the city. In fact the bright sunshine of Leith had lasted only as far as Dalmeny. Maybe it would burn off as ...