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... tired for Saturday's events. Saturday we woke up bright and early and soon enough were on our way to our first event, underground caving. Now, going into this event I was picturing walking through caves and looking at the walls and such. No, not at all. We drove to the caves which were up this massive hill/mountain... (the drive up was exhilarating in itself) then we walked to a cave which at first I just thought were cool rocks. Well little did we know, that was one of the caves ...
... researched route options, booked all accommodation before leaving etc, let me put you right. In my view there were/are simply too many variables to make that practicable so I purposely went for the plan each day as it comes as it gave me most flexibility. Indeed I'm reminded of Eisenhower’s (or someone like him) comment about 'no plan every survived contact with the enemy' Good one Ike!
After discussions with Base the decision was go to Paisley, do ...
... we all had a plate of Mum's famous soup for lunch and then it was time to go. It was a bit of a challenge fitting us and our luggage into the 'buzz box' aka Volkswagen Polo which was their hire car. However the relocation of the parcel shelf and me sharing the back seat with hand luggage got it all sorted out.
Our farewells were pretty brief - I guess experience over the years has taught us that it's like ripping off a bandaid - ...
... had been an earlier religious site established by Saint Mungo in the 6th century. The bishopric became one of the largest and wealthiest in the Kingdom of Scotland, bringing wealth and status to the town. Between 1175 and 1178 this ...
... still confused and call soccer football, so what does that tell you?) The moral of the story is that one shouldn't be so quick to make such rash generalisations, particularly when there are two feisty Australian girls in the room ready to pounce on any inaccurate statements that may be made about our countrymen and women. One thing that Australians do have is immeasurable pride in our country. We also have the balls to tell people to pull their heads in ...
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