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... t good if you have one pair of shoes and only 2 pairs of pants). It was really cool! I watched them, and wished I had remembered my kindle! I didn't want to use my phone since I didn't want to use the data to download my book. It was pretty cold, but luckily I had brought my hat! We were getting hungry so the bike guy recommended a little sandwich place around the corner, where we went to pick up some food. We brought it back to the park, ate, ...
... that is a saving grace in many ways. First of all, I have my first couple meals taken care of. And opening a box of old used plates, cups, umbrellas and laundry detergent, to start the list, was like Christmas morning all over again. (If Santa was a group of med-students from Brazil and delivered second-hand appliances that is).
On the note of leftovers: I would like to consider myself a resourceful eater. This means that when there ...
... mens and women, womens long jump, mens discus, men and womens 400m hurdles , men and womens 200m. So lots of excitement and medal ceremonies. The atmosphere was amazing - so much happening, so many happy people gathered in the one place.
Now to explain today's title - Haud yer wheesht means keep quiet. So whenever the runners were under starters orders, the commentator would say Shhhhh and Haud yer wheesht would appear on the big screen - ...
Tomorrow we are off at last. Although it has been in planning for 14 months, the trip has not seemed quite real yet, even when I was having needles stuck into me week after week for vaccinations. But now all preparations are complete: visas in order; travel documents printed off; clothes and equipment assembled; and enough e-books and podcasts to see us through the next ...
... the scottish royals. Doune Castle was next a quick stop as it wasn't actually part of the tour but we got to see where a scene from the monty python movie was shot. Driving through Calendar which is a typical scottish village we got to see the old way of living. Lunch was next which we couldn't wait for so hungry from all the walking, Aber Foyle a small town where wool is produced we sat with the hills in the background and ate sandwiches, scones with ...