Kincaid House Hotel
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... cold and sore from the over 400km ride and wondering what happened to our perceived half day jaunt. The upside was Craig had taken us through some of the most scenic and stunning countryside surrounding Scotlands lochs including one of the most well known Loch Lomond. We had also managed to survive every season from summer to winter and everything in between. It took a considerable amount of time to defrost Margs nose alone but it was worth every wet and miserable minute of the day. ...
... believe the "study" aspect of my study abroad experience is being satisfied by the fact that I am learning, and learning a lot. Whether that means I'm learning a new form of English from my Maths class or how the Yellowhammer bird is affected by mono-culture farming in my biology class, or maybe I'm learning about Scottish culture from a weekend trip around the country. Neither physical nor mental stagnancy is much of a problem.
... a trip.
BTW, we have some new words "squinty" - things that aren't straight; drookit - for drenched; and, people named Snudge....
I had a preconceived notion of Glasgow, which was all wrong. It is a bright and prosperous city with a vibrant vibe. I liked it.
Tomorrow we leave here for the Isle of Islay and that pronounced "eye la"
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... Got a map from reception and went for a walk around the local area. There weren't as many people around as I would've thought until I turned on to Sauchiehall Street and came face to face with the crowd. All good, I walked up to Marks & Spencers and brought some coffe and a couple of snacks. I didn't really feel like dinner as my stomach was still not feeling so well after the plane trips.
... hotel, pig out and turn in for the night.
The night never really got dark. Quite different and difficult to get use to.
It is 10.00pm in the evening at the time writing and the sun is gleaming in through the window. At this time of year it does not actually become dark as we know it, there is only a period of what you would call twilight for three hours. Sunset at 11:58pm - sunrise at 3:00am
We look forward to hitting the road in the ...