Holiday Inn East Kilbride
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Now that our luggage has caught up with us from Dubai, it's time for the serious touring to begin. We've enjoyed some fabulous hospitality over the last few days in Glasgow, starting with the 60th dinner at theTorrance on an awesome sunny evening with Margaret McLean, Ronnie and Cindy, Sam, Bobbie, Lizzie, Aliy, Sean, Dougie, Margaret and Colin …
... far more of Scotland than we did last time. We have stayed with his mad cousin Ronnie Stewart and his lovely cousin Dorethy McGhee. Their families have been so welcoming and would do anything for you. Tonight is our last night in Scotland and the UK cause tomorrow we fly via Glasgow - Heathrow to Berlin to spent 10 days with my youngest son Shane and his lovely lady Lisa in Berlin. I am really ...
... up faster and faster every day! We're sitting here trying to come up with something interesting for you guys to read but were currently sitting in East Kilbride, with the raining pouring down outside providing very little blog-writing inspiration! Maybe there will be something a wee bit more interesting to write about over the weekend!
Until next time folks!
We arrived safely in Edinburgh airport and met Uncle Jimmy and Aunty Marie who took us back to their lovely home in East Kilbride. We are staying with them for a few nights while we get our bearings and work out a plan of attack for the next week. Their house is absolutely spotless and beautifully decorated. It's in a quiet little cul de sac in a quiet little suburb. In their backyard, they have a bird box which has a pair of ...
... Scotland. The loch itself fills over 13 square kilometres of low ground between the Ochil, Lomond and Cleish Hills and is home to almost all the world’s population of pink footed geese in winter as well as migratory wildfowl which include pochard, whooper swans, tufted ducks and teal. Have a look at www.nnr-scotland.org.uk for more information on Loch Leven. We returned to home to look at the maps for the walk tomorrow across the Forth Rd Bridge which we will ...