Premier Inn Glasgow North East - Stepps
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I often feel that the “rawness” of travel can lead to instant lifelong friends. You meet someone once and, in an instant, feel like you’ve known them for years. As fellow travellers, we already have common bonds that make friendship between us more likely. That doesn’t mean we all become the best of friends, of course, but I think traveling removes all our baggage and our history that we often carry around.
There has been countless occasions while ...
... Who sells the best haggis? He pointed us in the direction for both and off we set!
Haggis is the local Scottish food made from all the undesirable parts of a sheep, boiled and mixed with oats and spices. We first tried it in Edinburgh. It was encased in pastry, sort of like a pie, and it was damn good! I'd waited until after I'd eaten it before I asked Dane what was in it. I'm not usually a fan of stuff like that but you've gotta give everything a go on a trip ...
... share with our colleagues. I declared that wine was called for immediately, and after a bit of further drama, we ended up back in Glasgow centre and grabbed some Thai at a restaurant called Thairiffic, which was brilliant. After having a few strong cocktails at a bar called Slouch, our hotel room was a bit less hideous.
The morning was fairly uneventful and we left in the afternoon ...
... do we stop at red lights? Well you’ll be glad to know there is another way. Did you know that Indians actually tried suing the government for making helmets on bikes compulsory (still no one in Udaipur bothers) as it gave them head aches. Nomie made the fatal error of mentioning Jason Bourne whilst Tim was driving through the streets encouraging him to zip in and out of the pedestrians, cows, smells and incredibly narrow streets at an even greater pace. Udaipur is ...
... and meet some locals. We walked past a few very fancy looking pubs, but we were looking for the local pub where the locals actually came to relax. We came across a small pub with a few people inside and ordered our ciders from the bar. Turns out Prestwick is now huge into its golf and being right next to the ocean is a lovely spot to come for a relaxing holiday! We got chatting to a nice lady next to us about Prestwick and it was ...