University Of Aberdeen Hillhead
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... hill (where I forget to look at the queens summer house) and buy a data sim for the ipad in the hope that I'll have access as not much else works!!! We bus it back to pick up the car and head for St Andrews. What a great town this is, could spend days here. We grab some lunch a quick tour then head out to the golf course. Gary goes off to explore the old course and I just wander. Its all very impressive, I head to the beach ...
... hense that.
We got there and the first thing to pass all of their lips was 'geez you're skinny!'. Maybe I should go back on my traveller diet. Might do me some good. I always had energy and I was losing weight.
I had a brief catch up, helped Katie buy a handtowel and then got ingredients as I was cooking tonight.
... she wanted to open her present on her birthday and I forbid her opening her present if I wasn't 'there'. So it was a compromise.
The thing about her present this year, it has quite a long back story.
When I was in Japan in 2012, I bought Ro a teapot that had the handle and spout at right angles rather than 90 degrees. Rather than 180.
But being the colossal **** that I am, I smashed it ...
... towards the city - found the site in the middle of office blocks - a very odd place, plenty of vacant pitches and a couple of dozen residential caravans. No on in the reception type building and no one around - was lunch timeish by now. Decided to pitch the tent and for Roger to cycle with his bike down to Halfords which we'd been told was about another mile or so further down the hill into Aberdeen, and I'd stay to keep an eye on our stuff. The plan was that we'd stay here for ...
... when they meet up with us in Denmark in July for 2 weeks cycling), the 'electrical bag' - full of all the chargers and other stuff eg ipod, nintendo etc, two pairs of crocks - very lightweight but bulky and a pain to pack, plus our fleeces if we're not wearing them.The final bag we each carry is a large backwater proof bag - one with the tent and ground sheet in, the other with the bedmats (thermorests) and tent poles and pegs.Oh - and then we have a front box each with the ...