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... only ever job and decided to do exactly what's I've dreamt of since I was about 16 years old. The only difference is I'm a little older, uglier and hairier now. Walking through departures before even leaving and we are interrogated from the police, I guess a skinhead and a skinny lad in trackies must look slightly dodgey. I thought they'd be used to that in Glasgow. So here goes, the journey of a lifetime. Fulfilling ambitions and following a dream.... Stop 1 ...
... reiterated b4 on here ( hope u are noticing all the big words I have been using) I am representing my country! Anyway after a seat in the centre of the city with a glass of wine I headed back to board the ship around 17.45 sat on my balcony in the sun and read b4 changing and going down to the champagne bar for one of their delicious champagne cocktails(are u jealous yet??) Headed in to join my table companions for dinner and remind me when I get home to tell u about Jacquie, she ...
We got up today, packed our bags and checked out of the hostel. We went for a walk up the street to an Internet cafe, cos we had to print out our booking form for our hire car. The cafe was called Presco's, and we thought we may as well get some breakfast while we were there. It was pretty good, same old fry up as most other places, and Darren got a croissant with bacon and brie. After breakfast, we walked up to the post office so ...
... since we’ve had children, hmmm time to go back to it now as youngest is 19. All I'd say in terms of a neutral observation is that the team work between front of house and kitchen needed a bit of tightening up as my toastie was overlooked. Indeed I'm sure I spotted the chef eyeing me up thinking 'hmmm there must be a reason why that Sassenach hasn't started on his scoone yet?’ – Bingo! Toastie is hurriedly but deliciously prepared and delivered to ...
... and COLD. We were very impressed with stunning Glasgow but also frozen. We got off at the Riverside Museum - a really fantastic modern transport museum with the collection of trains, cars, trams, buses, caravans, motorbikes, bikes organised in an attractive way. Luckily it also had a cafe for a hot drink to defrost us. Our bus tour ended in St George's Square, where we sat for a couple of hours watching and listening to Pipe Bands. There is a Pipe Band festival going on all ...
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