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... The morning rain disappeared and the day was warm and sunny.
Tonight we went out to a local restaurant with David and Diane. Very nice. After tea we drove to Gleneagles golf course (which is just up to road from Diane's house) and hotel for a nose. Impressive. Big ponds with white swans.
We are still trying to sort out our sleep patterns. We wake at 3.30am very wide awake and then struggle later in the ...
... button and have every day last extra long! Nevertheless, I am quite excited for the adventures that lie ahead during these next few weeks as I get to head off to some new cities! Today I am headed off for three days of hiking in the Isle of Skye, which is said to be one of the most breathtaking regions in the Highlands of Scotland. The other day, while I was in a taxi, I was chatting with the driver and he was so excited for me to go, he said even when ...
... less as school gets busier) and will be going to an elementary school next week with other students to teach kids about the importance of healthy eating and exercise and seeing doctors and dentists. It will be fun to go visit a school outside the city.
And I continue to love spending time with my flatmates and catching up with them at the end of the day. A couple weekends ago my flatmate Tom made us all pancakes and we had ...
The standard size for a glass of wine here is 250 mL. What a great idea! What isn't a great idea? Drinking four of those glasses. I had a severe wine headache this morning and had to miss breakfast; Donnie didn't give me away, though, so Margaret was quite concerned, letting me know where the hospital was. I didn't have the heart to tell her my illness was self-inflicted.
I did manage to make it to mass and it was quite lovely ...
... back to the hotel – and time to leave. We got to the M/S Exhbition where it was berthed at Leith. Unsurprisingly it was very close to the royal Yacht Brittania.
Checking on board was quite simple and they just checked in using our names and no other form of ID.
Our hearts sank when we got to our cabin door to find three suitcases there. ...
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