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... You find yourself in a long and wide gallery, on either side of which are a large number of little cells where lunatics of every description are imprisoned, and you can get a sight of these poor creatures. Many inoffensive madmen walk in the big gallery. On the second floor is a corridor and cells like those on the first floor, and this is the part reserved ...
... and so I took a guard aside and said, "I grew up watching these little birds build these nests by the thousand, and they're the other way up!" He was very interested and promised to let the curator know.
The middle of this main hall was taken up with a series of display cases, each devoted to some or other nutcase collector of the past, now deceased, right up to some who had died this century. The notes would tell you a little about the person, why they were important, ...
... home in Scotland. Here's why... The second doctor we saw in Arequipa prescribed us both two medicines, to be taken one after the other. We also spoke to our GP in Glasgow who agreed that we needed those two medicines or appropriate alternatives. The first medicine (to be taken for 7 days) we found easily in Arequipa. The second medicine (and all possible alternatives) is not licensed for use in Peru. We had been in touch with both our insurance company (Insure & Go) ...
Friday was a free day for our group. Some people went to Stirling. Some went as far north as they could and still be back by midnight (that's Inverness, in case you were wondering). But some of us hung around Glasgow. We hadn't really gotten to see it on our previous day there because we were racing to get to out appointments on time. So on our free day, we took our time. Our first stop was for coffee and Internet time. We had thought that all of our dorms would throughout ...
... was lovely and intimate and we
got to know Graeme's family, who made us feel so welcome. Then about 50 other people came to the
reception which was amazing. Gemma did a beautiful speech followed by everyone
telling her that women don't usually speak at Scottish weddings. The feminist
in her was fuming I’m sure. Briony got changed into her sparkly dress which was
so perfect for all the dancing we were about to do.
There were ...