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... if you walk in front of traffic, they slam on
the brakes and give you a "what are you doing you stupid westerner"
look. 30 motorcycles will stop to allow 1 car to go, and 10 cars will stop to
allow a bus or truck to go, no matter where they are on the road or the
situation around them, so the bigger you are, the more priority you have. The
horn is the most important part of a vehicle, especially when overtaking on
3. Curfews are ...
Got off the ship at about 9.30 and everything went smoothly. Taxi to airport. Luggage was about 2kg over but we got away with it. Flight left on time and landed early. Paul was working till 4pm but met us off the airport bus at Ferry Toll (Inverkeithing). ...
... of this result is that four larger population centres voted
Yes while everywhere else was a resounding No. The numbers say the majority was around 400,000
but the geography shows it was a landslide. What comes from this however is the
call for Constitutional change and a “Federal Style” United Kingdom. Someone
should be calling Canada to see how well that’s worked. Britain listen up. Don’t
walk away from constitutional change and ...
... winds us up to the top where we see a war memorial and viewing platform. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to drive your car up and down a helter skelter, this is it! We are alone at the top looking down on the world below. The wind is whipping up something rotten. From up here we can see the Tay road and railway bridges stretching out over the silvery water. We will be crossing this bridge tomorrow on our journey to St Andrews. Visit concluded we head on down the ...
... people when out was in anyway appealing. This idea was confirmed by a couple of disastrous experiences back in Edinburgh since becoming single (if you know anything of The Hive in Edinburgh you will understand). However on Saturday evening the appeal of being single and being able to kiss whoever you liked was made clear.
His name was Andrew, and christ if I had been in Edinburgh and hadn't had to get up at nine in the morning, he would ...