Longforgan Coaching Inn
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... have come to realise the UK is truly a multicultural country. From a Spanish immigrant being our tour guide in Edinburgh, a Polish man winning the highland games and the only group of men wearing traditional kilts at the games were not from Scotland but the Netherlands. Well, at the last census it was revealed that 40% of the population said English was not their first language and that there are 100 ...
... out of a Brazil v Mexico game in
July, I met one of the owners of Dundee FC. A Mexican, working in Houston who
bought this Scottish football team.........you really couldn't make this s**t
up. As is the case with most derby matches emotions were heightened and 5
goals, 3 yellow cards, 1 penalty and 1 red card later, United ran out easy
winners, 4-1. Such a humping has the capacity to make the losing fans a tad out
of sorts.......nah ...
... Went in and the chick checked me and took me across the road to my room and said I had to change rooms tomorrow because they had double booked. She gave me and towel and I had a shower and got into bed. Then she came back and said it was ok that I stayed in this room which was god cause I think I had booked a 6 bed room and this only has 4. Chatted to the other guys before charging my phone and sorting some photos before going to sleep. I didn't set and alarm because I need to ...
is lower than in the rest of the country, but people look happier because they
just do with what they have and enjoy being in one of the most unique place in
the country. The biggest difference, I think, is that Gaelic is the main
language, talked by 61% of the population. Going on the islands is not just a
chance to see incredible landscapes that you cannot find anywhere else in
Scotland, but also a chance to meet people that you cannot find anywhere else.
If everyone in Dundee could be brought and plonked in Edinburgh I think my life would be complete. Everytime I go home all I can think to describe Dundee as is "the hole at the end of the universe". But all my nearest and dearest reside there and it's never until I go home that I realise how much I miss them.
I was literally off the train and straight in a taxi to the cinema with CG. We went to see Project X; a film which has only two ...