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We are just pulling out of Glasgow central station, our first step on our massive adventure! Felt a bit like being in a fishbowl as we waited for the train to pull away, our parents patiently waiting and watching us through the window! Goodbyes are tough, won't surprise you that a few tears were shed! Especially when I had to leave suilven! (The dog) So exciting to finally be on our ...
... your way out. Apart from that there was no accommodation either, town full. Never mind finally found Erskine bridge and we were out of there . Stayed in a funny little pub in Dumbarton had delicious meal couple of drinks then we where right and ready for karaoke night.that followed. Such fun had a few giggles l can tell you..we are now in Port William lovely will continue that later as off out to explore.
... to play table tennis nearby. This should be fun, and I'm particularly looking forward to seeing the little boys again. They're so sweet. Connor gave me a balloon to remember him by. Adorable!! We've promised to send over a package of some AFL guernseys and some Vegemite. I might try to find a book about Australian animals/spiders as the boys were very interested about that subject. We tried to teach everyone how to ...
... green smoothies. I'm going to make an effort to fill my body with fresh vegetables and fruit in order to combat this damn cold I feel coming on. I'm so annoyed!! The Scottish accent is much harder to understand than the Irish accent. I really have to try and lip read when Uncle Jimmy and Aunty Marie are talking to me. Matt says sometimes I just get a glazed look in my eyes as I'm trying to slow down what they've said in my ...
... food, the setting and the company was all very memorable. From the restaurant, we did a driving tour of the nearby countryside. Our first stop was the Electric Brae where midway along a road, Allan simply came to a complete stop, turned off the car and put it into neutral. I was really surprised for a few seconds until Allan told me to look out the back window. I craned my neck around and I could have sworn we were going uphill with the car in neutral. I looked straight ahead ...