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... quick meeting... but I feel like I would like to visit Glasgow again, simply to get a better feel for the place. The team have promised to take us out on the town next time, so I look forward to spending a bit more time with Edinburgh's more, shall we say, interesting sister town. I of course, forgot to take any photos but do have a lovely pic of stormy clouds on our landing pack in Southampton.
... I am however still allowed to use Facebook, Skype, and websites needed for school assignments. The time I save by doing this I am going to use to have quiet time and to of course do school assignments! I am looking forward to how this is going to change me! I will keep you up to date with it! And I am keeping up the good spirit!
Thank you so much for reading my blog update!
I will speak to you next week!
... of water and deer fences all round the station - it was hard to know
what to look at as there was so much.
Train passed a loch which seemed to be about 10m down in level, there was one section where an excavator was doing a bit of work on the side of the rails and what looked like a train carriage at a very unhealthy angle between the train lines and the loch - best not to investigate it too much till we've finished all of ...
... garden with Alex after having lunch there. We just went to the greenhouse and it was the first time I saw that many furry plants! Or maybe I never paid attention before.
In the evening we went the Jamie's Italian restaurant with almost all the people from the lab. The food was not that great but never mind, it was fun. After the meal we randomly turned into a side alley and found a pub called 'The Lab'. How geeky! So ...
... at all, but for whatever reason she loves tours of distilleries and breweries (and she wasn't disappointed). Glengoyne is nearly 200 years old and is the oldest remaining whiskey distillery still owned by Scots to this day. Much to my surprise, the tour was actually pretty interesting. The science and history behind the creation of Scotch whiskey kept my attention despite the atrocious smell of the foul beverage.
The trip continued to ...