Premier Inn Glasgow East Kilbride - Nerston Toll
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... Big thanks to Ian's friend Barry who boosted us up to first class! Can't imagine much more of our journey will be in this style, but who knows?! We have 3 nights in London ahead of us, then our massive journey to the other side of the world and 12 hours into the future begins! For now though it's time to chill and stick a few episodes of still game on! Speak soon, much love Victoria :) ...
Photo stop at Glengarry and Loch Garry. Here we stopped to talk to some cyclists who were cycling the route that we had come that morning. I took a photo for the group with Glengarry in the background.
Onto a photo op of Ben Nevis but it is shrouded in cloud as it is most days. It's rugged, uninviting country here; it's easy to see how people get caught out and get into trouble. The British commando units train here in survival skills. ...
... Straya" - but everyone seemed to struggle with that. So we went home and had some more alcohol, and some dinner, then went to bed about 10.30pm. Today, Monday, we have hired a car (a Mini Cooper) and I have to drive because of Matt's previous driving offenses. How ridiculous! Apparently if you've lost your license within the last 10 years you can't be covered by insurance. So I quietly **** myself this morning as ...
... I just stare at Matt in the hope that he understood what they've said and can interpret. Overall, I'm not doing too badly. Although there was a salesman yesterday at the shopping centre who started talking to us, and I had absolutely no idea what he'd said, except for "aye". I just looked at him and said.. "HUH?" We are currently on a train into Glasgow, in stead of hiking up a mountain. (A little less strenuous.) We will ...
... wondering why we weren’t rolling downhill towards the bend in the road ahead instead. I put the window down and looked out at the road and sure enough, we were rolling backwards. This was so bizarre that I got out of the car and began to walk in the direction the car was rolling and it was almost as unbelievable that we were going uphill against gravity without exerting any force to do so. After a few minutes, Allan turned on the vehicle and drove “downhill” ...