Premier Inn Glasgow - Motherwell
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... at Stirling Baptist and Tim at Larbert Pentecostal. We all went to Stirling Baptist for the second service at 11.15 as Ruth was being commissioned into her role as Chaplain to the city Centre. See pics 1-3. The head of Chaplaincy Scotland was there (Right) and their pastor (left). Ruth sees this work as 'the job of her dreams' and it is very encouraging to see God's hand on their lives over many years and ...
... wish that I liked seafood! The 3.40 train motors by looking small and friedly in the wide landscape. On the short walk to the bird sanctuary I meet some horses who are fixated with the thought that the grass must be greener on the other side of the fence; I Iook at their field and think the exact opposite.
On the way back into town I take the long lane up the hill to Townhead Farm, to see what they have in the larder. Before getting ...
... to be seen) up the Calton Hill to the top where the views were spectacular. We spent quite a bit of time enjoying the sunshine and scenery and finally made our way down the opposite side, past more shops to the tram and back to the hotel. Since it was our last night we went to a restaurant not far from the hotel where Chris ate the largest dessert I have ever seen! His tummy was so full after dinner we went for a lovely evening stroll back to the ...
... 4 pairs of socks , 1 bikini, hat and gloves, Sun hat, 2 pashminas,2 towels, 4 bras and last but by no means least, 14 knickers. Oh and according to Kevin, enough toiletries to share with all of China lol ! To be fair, will review the toiletry situation, but think I'm being reasonable with the rest my kit. Might be a different story when it's packed and on my back :-) any views ? What would you leave behind ? ...
... to be on the limit of size and weight everywhere I go. Perhaps it is all the ICT equipment I take – 3 video cameras, a laptop, 2 cameras, spare batteries, memory cards and an external hard drive. If I get stopped at customs they are going to think I am opening a shop in China!
A couple of worried travelers made their way over to the 'complimentary' scales only to find that they were well within their limit of 20Kgs. However ...