Ibis Glasgow City Centre
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1 pair dungarees
1 pair shorts
7 short sleeved tops
2 long sleeved tops
1 super thin jumper
1 pair jogging trousers
1 sports top
10 pairs of pants
10 pairs of socks
1 pair leggings & 1 baggy top for sleeping in
Mobile phone charger
... back to Glasgow, for the main event, Jim's Tour de Glasgow.
The tour started at Parkhead, home of the Celtic football club. Parkhead it also close to the Commonwealth Games site from earlier this year and we had a distant view of the velodrome and the village. From Parkhead we drove through the streets of Glasgow stopping at the Cathedral, the University of Glasgow and St Aloysius College, ...
... serving passengers, even if it wasn't time for the cart to go down the aisle. One stewardess even brought me some sort of pain meds for my back, just really nice. Once we were at the terminal we had about ten minutes to get to the next gate. I was a bit panicky because I couldn't really tell how big the terminal was. I saw gate 30 at one end and needed 35. I asked a crew member where it was and she said "Way down at the other ...
... the publisher my camp leader at Tully can be seen so there's someone already representing Blaze Aid at the book signings. So even though Ive never seen a copy in person, and dont really know what my pages look like, my face is on the front cover, it contains my story of Yasi and it includes my photography in glossy colour within its pages. I am now a published author(and photographer),- now there's a bonus outcome to a gap ...
... We found Hugh in the confusion and off we went to the hotel. I acted as a sort of tour guide as we went, having the training of my previous week. Once checked in we went for a walk down into the Kelvingrove park and then up past the university and then back to Byers Road where we found a nice pub (the Curler's Rest). So drinks all round and lots of catching up to do.
When it was time to meet Anna, I went to find her and met ...