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... playing at the University to try and get some new students in his music lessons. Gramps can play the flute and whistle. he is really good. His friend, Finn, let me borrow his drum and I joined in. The drum is called a Bodhran. the Old Town is really pretty with lot's of little streets and old buildings.
We spent the afternoon at Grandma's. Gramps showed me some new card ...
We took Sarah and Alice to the airport in the morning. I felt a bit homesick when I posted Dad his card. I miss him. We had a drink and then headed to the seaside. We went to the amusement park with Debbie, a friend of mum's from when she was little. We played adventure golf. I lost my ball ....twice, and lost the game.
Later that day i played football with Stan, grandma's neighbour, and his little dog ...
Today we got the train to Scotland from Kings Cross Station. The journey took almost 7 hours. It was interesting to watch out of the window as we passed through towns and cities, over bridges, through countryside and along the coast by the sea. We played chess and mum won. I read and listened to my music. It was a bit boring after a ...
... I hadn’t
written a blog.
BUT! To make up for my lack of interwebness communication, I
have made great progress in booking my onwards journey. And booked EJC for
Ireland…and Riverdance for Dublin.
I am down to the last 6/7 weeks of living in my lovely flat
with Chris x 2 and Dave, and as much as I am going to miss them all (Chris
especially), I need to go.
I need to move on, and this is why I now have ...
... had come out in the 'cold' to see the parade. It was probably a summer day to them come to think about it...
Anyway, it took aaaages for the start of the parade to visit me where I was standing, but I am so glad I waited.
I actually teared up for a bit of it, because it was exactly how I wanted it to be. A marching band in kilts came past playing Scottish music which was just music to my ears. It is what I have grown ...