Gleddoch Gate House
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... we were I did get my hug!
Glasgow is still buzzing with Commonwealth Games and in fact the merchandise marquee is right outside our bedroom window at the Millennium (George Square right central in the city) and everything is half price and more!
Returned our wee car this afternoon so its feet for the next 24 hours!
Tomorrow will be exploring Glasgow on the public transport.
... castle and stopped for a drink at a garden bar and pub which was several hundred years old. The stone walls held a lot of history. Outside I noticed that some of the windows were painted on and Richard explained to me that try used to have a window tax- increased taxes for a certain number of windows, so people concreted over them and then painted the windows on. In Inverary harbour Richard pointed out one of the last puffer boats on te Clyde. It was a ...
... involved in sea trade.
There is also the chance to visit areas that will have nothing to do with the time period I am interested in but they are places, I just had to go to while I was traveling. They include the Acropolis in Athens, and the Palace of Knossos in Crete, an important part of the Minoan culture during the Bronze age.
I will be home from the 9th of July to the 15th of July before I embark on my next adventure.
16th July to the 26th ...
... that it was possible to hike the 11km from the north of the island back down to Yumani in the south in 3-4 hours in time for the boat back to Copacabana the same afternoon. The walk was difficult (mostly because of the high altitude, but in hindsight probably also because of the antibiotics we were taking), but picturesque and highly recommended. We had the path almost to ourselves the whole way. Just past halfway when we were flagging a little, we unexpectedly came ...
... 8217;s birthday, Ramadan, Indonesian Independence Day and Lebaran. I had lived under the Bridge Over the River Kwai and had my body manipulated by the best masseurs the world has to offer. I had eaten samgupsal, chabu chabu, galbi, pig spine soup, massaman curry, sticky rice, lab, dragonfruit, the greatest Indian curries I have ever come across, and not a single dog (despite some close scrapes and devious deception by Paul Duffy). I ...