Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse
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... the daylight, usually between 10am and 4pm. no one really knows who he is, however, in 1850, a skeleton of a man with a dagger in his ribs was found in a previously unknown room. Apparently, the actors of the theatre believe that if The Man in Grey appears during rehearsales, the performance wil be a success.
The Adelphi Theatre is haunted by a ghost ...
... very beautiful. Anyway in spite of all my moans it was a lovely day and Gordon has a head full of knowledge about all sorts of things so we were never bored during our walk. Gordon does senior studies at Glasgow university and they have some fantastic courses covering a very wide range of topics. Wish Auckland Uni had the same, after all Glasgow only has a population of about 800,000. Back at his house we checked that we could drive to the centre of the city where we had the ...
... are FAR BETTER in England than Canada. Yes, I am obsessed with food, get over it people. After breaky, I needed to sort myself out which is always a tough thing when I am feeling sad. I wasn't sad about going to Scotland, just saying goodbye always makes me feel melancholy. Aunty Edith made me a bacon butty (a bacon sandwich) and I was off on my way. Uncle Dave dropped me off at the station and waited until I got on the train. The last goodbye ...
August 10, 2011
Not much to write about this day. I walked from Shaun's flat to spend several hours browsing about in second hand bookstores. The coolest one had a wrought iron spiral staircase leading up to the second floor. Amazingly I found a copy of the very book I wanted to buy at the Burrell museum for a fraction of the price. I also found some good books on the history of the Isle of Lewis and Calum's Road, a most interesting true story about a man on a small island in ...
On a Tuesday.
Despite a few hang-ups, confusion around who was and was not coming and the daunting task of cooking 2 whole chickens from scratch for the first time ever (food poisoning = fail, 2xfood poisoning = double fail) Scottish Thanksgiving went off without a hitch!
Preparing a bird is strange. The whole animal is right there in front of you instead of being just neatly cut up and packaged meat bits. You ...