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... visit Mum again in the afternoon, then do a little shopping. We didn't encourage Mum to go sit outside with us this time, although it was another warm and sunny day, because she had just had a friend visit her prior to me and my brother coming, so she was more tired. But we did stay an hour, until official visiting time was over (they have two time periods in the pm when visitors can come). Mum was writing a list of things for one of my sisters ...
In Laos for example, the curfew
for bars is somewhere around 11-11.30pm. But that can always be body-swerved
through a close relationship with or a little bribe to the local police or
mafia (not necessarily a difference there).
4. That lying down all day in a
market stall counts as work.
For many Asians, their only source
of income is through the products they sell at their market stalls. Competition
can be rife, particularly in ...
... the Fife coast, the West of Scotland and of course the majestic Gleneagles in Central Scotland for the Ryder Cup of Golf between Europe and the USA. So stay tuned but for now let's go back to the late 1700s to consider what the National Poet, Robert (Robbie) Burns weighed in with on the issue of British unity:"Be Britain still to Britain true; Amang ourselves united; For never but by British hands ; Maun British wrangs be righted". I'll leave you all to translate :)
... 20 people long to get our Italian treat.
Tonight all of the extended family in the Dundee area are getting together at the local restaurant where Ryan and Emma work, so that we can meet them all and everyone can enjoy a night together.
We met there at 6.30, and as everyone dribbled in Brendan and I performed the many meet and greets. There were 17 that came to tea, and I had only ever met one (Aunty Margaret). This is all my ...
... 8221; Just kidding Donny! Donna and I piled all our gear into yet another trunk. Jane became our chauffeur enroute to Dundee station. The rolling hills were covered with ripening crops and looked so pastoral. Jane pointed out that this area of Scotland is famous for its strawberries. A fertile area indeed.
All too soon we arrived at the very modern looking Dundee train station. Again, another city with the two sets of life side by side, ...