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... and ran round the fields. Auntie J threw a stick for me loads of times but then she limped all the way back to the car.
Its been a strange old day but I'm very settled now that I've had my dinner and auntie S has shown me how to write a blog.
I wonder what we'll do tomorrow?
PS I only got one wee glimpse of Patsy - her eyes are the size of saucers and she ran away as soon as she saw me.
... She had a giant smile on her face, clearly reliving her youth, and she danced there in the 80-degree heat for at least 30 minutes. It made this otherwise unsatisfying stop a worthwhile venture.
We left the loch and headed toward the town of Stirling, home of a famous castle and the William Wallace Monument (think Braveheart). On the way, we stopped by the Glengoyne Whiskey Distillery for a tour. Andrea is not a whiskey drinker, or really much of ...
We relaxed on the flight to London and enjoyed a wine to destress us after our mad rush. Then we arrived in Heathrow. Heathrow is much improved to what it used to be but it's still a large somewhat confusing and quite soulless airport. Even although we were arriving and leaving from Terminal 5 we had to catch a train from one area to another, then go through immigration - and I have to say that their attitude and service ...
Seeing Glasgow seemed easier to achieve from Edinburgh than Inverness. First of all we wouldn't have to navigate though the streets as we had for Aberdeen (we could take a train), and the tour of the city might be easier once we reached the city centre. In fact that was the case as a train from Edinburgh to Glasgow. So that’s what we did. Trains ran from Edinburgh to Glasgow every 15 minutes. The train journey was only about 45 minutes so ...
... Did I use "in lieu" properly there? Probably not). I am not a big fan of soccer but I do like the passion Europeans have for the game. In fact, in all my travels I have never really met any Euros who love soccer. In Prague they care more about hockey and basketball. Taiwan loves baseball and basketball and all the other travelers and couchsurfing hosts I have had were not into it either. It was now time to go to the stadium and see ...