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Travel Blogs from Glasgow
Day 163: We departed Fort William today and took probably the most scenic train ride of our trip, we went through more of the Scottish Highlands which is only accessible by train as there are no roads or towns. When we arrived into Glasgow the street was packed with people with it being Saturday, we started walking and got a little lost but …
... of a set of drums, an accordion and a keyboard with the caller also singing in between his instructions. And we did our bit as best as we could keeping up with everyone else. (I don’t think it really mattered if you went wrong, it was all part of the fun). So we kept
learning this particular ‘REEL’ (the proper word for this type of dance), for the next few minutes amid lots and lots of raucous and dare I say hot mulled wine ...
... to cook some contraption via headlight, often with sweat dripping down my face (adding a delightful seasoning to whatever it is I am trying to make). Our shower has a shower head, but with no running water we find that it works well as both a towel rack and a convenient hook for our head lamps. My bedroom is simple and sweet. With two full bunk-bed racks occupied by my draping clothes and a fan in the middle of my room (and with the combo of my ...
like that...)....so it was never built in their lifetimes. It is used
for banquets and meetings and such today as well, and they were still
cleaning up after a meeting when Lucy and I visited so we got in for
FREE! We weren't complaining...we are students...we like free... Lets
just say that if I were rich and Mackintosh was still alive...he would
be designing my house :)
Lucy had to go do some stuff for
class so she dropped me off at ...
... of this. there was also a knights quest that we went and had a look at, it was a bit of fun. after the bus trip home, where the only interesting thing that happened was that someone got left behind. and don't feel sorry for them becuase they didn't realise they had been left behind until the bus was 20 outside of glasgow - 2.5 hours after we left the castle. and they were also silly enough not to take any money or any credit ...