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... and looked like an idiot trying to order them. We had Italian for dinner - this time jake dropped a knife mid meal, and as soon as the waiter replaced it dropped it again. That's a few places we can't go back to :p We went to the movies in the evening to watch 'Spy' which was surprisingly hilarious. Friday morning we caught the bus to the airport and Ireland was a very short plane ride away. ...
... massacre in Glencoe.( by the government troops under the name of the clan Campbell) Glencoe ski run with 2 chairs up on the moors. The moors are all peat bog, the road sometimes collapsing. All treeless. Lunch stop at the Green Wellie. Had a one hour cruise on Loch Lomond this afternoon in the mist and rain- never mind, that's what Scotland is all about! Glasgow: had a coach drive around the city centre before ...
... of the good spots. Afternoon tea back at Cup included all homemade and gluten-free: cupcakes, shortbread, strawberry meringue, cake, scones with strawberry and grey tea jam and clotted cream, mousse, mini sandwiches and more. We all collapsed in a sugar-induced coma after that one.
Other domestic experiences in Glasgow involved gardening and hosting a garden party at Ross'. Mark and I tried to earn our keep by gardening, prepping food and ...
... 15 degrees this evening and the wind off the North Sea was right chilly!! However we managed to eat dinner and go for a walk, this beach even had sand, what a treat. What made us chuckle however was the dad trying to take his child in the sea, he had to be freezing but he stayed in and played with the blow up raft with him. There was also a surfboat crew training out in the bay, I think NZ might be warmer in winter than Scotland is in summer to be ...
... of Kerry from work. Kerry would have gone NUTS when she saw it, and if i could have, i would have bought it for her. But, alas, I couldn't. Sorry, Kerry.
What was it, you ask? Well, it was a life-sized display of Darth Vader, made entirely of Lego!
Kerry, you would have loved it. I did get some photo's of it for you.
After walking through Hamley's, I went into the Disney store, on the first floor. While in there, I saw ...