Kings Park Hotel
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... the afternoon to visit with us and show us around Glasgow. Rain is in the forecast for tomorrow, but we are hoping it passes by like it did today for us.
I will close here for tonight as it it now after 10 pm local time and we are trying to get used to the time shift and adapt to the new timezone. More updates to come tomorrow.
“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” ~ Lao ...
... old train ride, we got back into Edinburgh city, and went for a walk up the street to find a hostel. We didn't want to stay back at that other one, as it was so far away! We found one just up the street called Edinburgh Backpackers, so we went in there, and were lucky enough to get a room there! Darren was looking at getting a private room, because he'd been sleeping pretty badly the last couple of days, but instead of paying the extra money for that, the girl at the counter helped ...
... And there's the other big difference about this "tour group!" We all came along with a common desire to connect to something, or broaden something we already had ... including unique skill sets.
Like when we were in Strasbourg, comparing converted medieval cathedrals (from Catholic to Reformed) with churches built for the new movement. The Reformers, for example, moved the pulpit into the midst of ...
... other by the time we get married so best to enjoy it now.)
Anyway, this is just a little intro, nothing exciting to report at the moment.
And I realise that no-one can reply to anything I write, so I'll try and tie up all loose ends by the end of each chapter. Don't want anyone losing sleep over what the actually happened when Siobhan went home early one night and left me to fend for myself in a ladyboys bar...
... about how i had been trapped. It was quite nice to see that people do actually care.
I played a few games of pool with the locals...who i could not understand when they talked. Was hillarious. Bloody Scotish Accent.
It was then time for me to hit the Train and go to Glasgow via Aye. This train trip was a bit of an eye opener for me. To see the lovely scottish countryside with all the Lambs and ...