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... but I went all the way in, head under and all. BRAGGING RIGHTS. My loch ness monster impressed the local kids, but they seemed easily impressed. While swimming, I heard 6 kids all begin screaming and running up the beach, apparently they saw a jellyfish and thought the proper authorities ought to be notified. Preferably at top volume.
We finished the day with a barbecue, and GTA v. So now I kill people for fun, but other than that everything is pretty normal.
... chips. We then headed for a walk along the beach and caught up on how each other's travels had been. Megan and Kevin have spent the last 7 weeks travelling throughout England, catching up and meeting all of Kevin's extended family as well as many friends along the way.
We then drove through Ayr, looking out for Dad's shop.... We later stopped in at Alloway, the town where Robbie Burns was born and lived. We had a quick walk around the gardens of the Robbie Burns museum ...
... in trouble. What I thought was going to be a little seaside village is a large university town of over 170,000 and there were one way streets, traffic merging from all directions and us not knowing where we were trying to go.
I had had the foresight to go online and book accommodation the night before so at least we knew we had somewhere to stay. Got the last double room at the Ayr Gatehouse and received an email confirming this. Issue was ...
After a comfortable plane trip of seven hours for which I dozed off for the most part, I arrived in Glasgow at 7am. Met at the gate by Ian and by weather that seemed balmy compared to Canada's, we set off for Edinburgh. The reunion with Maria at the house was wonderful and after a cup of tea and a breakfast of eggs we set off on shopping errands. I had forgotten to pack a ...
... who upon finding we were visitors unlocked the newly refurbished, but still empty, Reading Room so we could admire the ornate ceilling. He then sent us up the old stairs so we could see the inside of the dome.
The family history section was very quiet, and we ended up one floor down in the local history section and whiled away some time there. Unfortunately, the Glasgow City Archives, which would have been of most interest to me, were temporarily closed.