The Boswell Country Club
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... a shock at how much cheaper drinks were...good times were had and a lot of singing/dancing happened (I won't stand by the fact that any of it was decent/good but we had a ball). It was complete anarchy. The hundreds of Irish men in the bar, along with about 4 or so Scottish women, were erupting. "Yes Sir, I can Boogie" will forever be in my head from that night and I will love it!
The next day, I woke up to a phone call from my ...
... were built in 1967 - so there is some bitterness around useful life terminology here - but I will brush past that in my rush to describe our accommodation in that first week.
Where to start? Perhaps with our own introduction to the rooms. To get to our flat (which is made up of five bedrooms, a single shower/toilet and a very small kitchen) one had to first walk down a corridor the length of the building, though a heavy locked fire door and down three floors ...
... worked at the Lauderdale Doctors Surgery a couple of years ago and with whom Noel had kept in touch. We had a simple lunch at Royal Concert Hall Cafe and spent a pleasant 1.5 hours. Jenny is now totally committed to staying in Scotland and surprisingly has only done locum work since she returned from Australia.
We did a bit more sightseeing around Glasgow and then returned to our hotel for a meal and an early night.
It was hard to ...
... my time in Ireland. With a beautiful landscape, vibrant cities and quite possibly the friendliest people on earth, Ireland is a must see when travelling Europe. After one of the shortest plane rides of my life (a wee 25 mins) I landed in Glasgow, where I met up with my mom, who is in town for a social work conference (and to visit me of course). We are renting an apartment in the centre of the city. During a quick dinner at an Irish Pub, mom got me all caught up on all the news, ...
... places of interest pointed out to me as we drove back to her house, where I met her parents. Jean and George. They are lovely people. That seemed to be the theme of my break, really: lovely, warm, generous people welcoming me into their homes. I deposited my stuff in Lesley's sister Fiona's old room, and then we set out to go shopping.
Here I think I should stop and say a few words about Primark. I had never been there before, and wasn't sure what to expect. Now, I ...
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