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... and different, we drove around a Loch which is so like Home, arriving at a Farm, the farmer and family, not only farm, they run a B & B, do private catering and entertainment events, also they are in a band, all this in a 16th century establishment, we were greeted by a lone piper before going in to dinner in what was once an old barn, Father and Son entertained us with music , stories ...
... br> His scottish accent was so thick, I could only understand the question "You're eating alone?" and then jumble jumble jumble.
Unfortunately, that's the only experience of Scotland I had. I got up around 5:30am the next morning so I could have PLENTY of time to make my flight. I could not handle any complications on the trip home.
The hostel offered free breakfast, so I took my bowl of rice crispies to go, and ate it at the bus stop.
... the jackpot! I tried to take pictures and Mom started video taping. Again, I got yelled at. What can I say, its just my nature to cause so much mischief.
It was another early night to bed, although none of us could sleep through the whole night. Dad woke up at 11, talking to us, which woke us up. Then around 5AM Mom and I woke up and decided to try to walk down to the lobby to get wifi. We searched for a half an ...
... Dublin to the UK. Dublin airport can very safely be included at the pointy end of the world rankings when it comes to disorganised chaos and civil liberties abuse. It took every bit of 90 minutes to go from the front door of the terminal to being through Customs. The full cavity search carried out shortly thereafter was a bit over the top too I thought! Apart from the loud mouth Yank at the rear of the Dash 8 aircraft the flight from Dublin to Glasgow was quite ...
... back home is loud but this was whole new levels of loud. Like ears ringing the next morning loud. But great fun. I (Tim) was in my element singing the Hindi anthems that I recognised and having a great time wailing the new ones. I had really been changed three years ago by the church and especially the worship and so it was quite surreal to be back in the same seats half suffocating in the intense heat but enjoying it all never the less.
The first devotion ...