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It was my dad's idea that I start journalling about my travelling with work. I've just got a promotion with work and although I've always clocked up a lot of miles travelling around the south of the UK, my new role will take me further north, travelling to Glasgow, Belfast and Manchester as well as my current 'patch'. I thought it might be …
... number in order to turn on outside dialing. The woman who answered the phone was the same one with whom I had spoken with in the morning. She contacted the driver to see if it was in the taxi. It was. She directed him to drop it off at the hotel after his current job, where I would be waiting in the lobby reading a book. He finally showed up and I gave him 5 pounds (the agreed upon price the dispatcher request for him to do the job. ...
... I couldn’t find any so basically my life was full of gym, reading the hunger games books and drinking. So to condense this blog I am going to tell you a few of my favourite moments about drinking in Glasgow.
- Bamboo- This is a bar on Bath Street that is always packed and it was a particular favourite of Maddie and I because we could dance for hours straight. We never left this place with sexy hair.
- 99p will get you a mc flurry, fries or ...
... socks, but I really wanted to go to Balloch and Loch Lomond, or Dumbarton Castle. However because of the weather the trains weren't reliable enough to go that far out and be guaranteed return transportation home so we had to put it off. But that weekend it seemed like things were running well enough again so we went adventuring.
On the Saturday, we had to go downtown to get something (I can’t remember what) so I thought it would be a ...
So Katie had suggested a day of activity that her and Alan had been wanting to try but hadn't yet done. Having a tourist in their midst, they decided to take advantage of the opportunity and booked us in to do the "high wire forest adventure" in Aberfoyle called Go Ape!
It involved us getting strapped into harnesses and doing an obstacle course of sorts through the treetops. We began by flying across the top of the forest on a zip wire ...