Premier Inn Glasgow City Centre (George Square) Hotel
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... new friend you make knits together new connections and ideas, and cements your personal views and values as well. Being alone forces you to balance being introverted and extroverted simultaneously. You are alone most of the time, creating space to allow your inner voice to surface, but you're also forced to say hello to random people and strike up conversations. Personally, I walk up to people just so that I don't have to talk to myself all the time! Rachel gets that, and we ...
... for lunch as Mum wanted to go to Beatrix Potter. We went to the cafe for a very nice lunch with salad and veggies grown on premises. We went to have a look at the shop before we headed off again. After a very good run, and another 3 hours on the road, we arrived in Glasgow, at the chipper time of 5:30. It was fair to say I was stuffed, so we had dinner below the restaurant before heading to bed for a early ...
... and write this at 7 pm local time. We had quite a busy first day. Picked up the car (with the dreaded left-hand stick shift) after a very long wait in line at the airport, then headed along back roads to visit Sterling and its iconic castle. Made our first wrong ...
... wake up with the rain pelting my tent and ask my buddy if he is still planning on climbing that mountain we talked about the night before. The answer is always yes. Waterproof layers, properly staked tents and navigation skills in a whiteout are always necessary. I've truly gained an appreciation for the relativity of elevation. Sure, these mountains might not reach much higher than 3000ft, but they've definitely offered me some of the crazier conditions ...
... security though, such as the lady who had decided to wear around 30 clips in her hair and when the beep went and she was told to take them out looked affronted! Cat glided through and Ally waddled otherwise his (belt-less) shorts would have been round his ankles! We got on the train for the last time and then made our way to the gate, arriving in plenty of time to a holding area full of Scottish accents and either very white or very sunburnt people. Soon it was time to board and ...