Royal Overseas League
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... what I would like to do at home especially with our kitchen (don't worry I took photos), bought a few bits and pieces but not as much as I would of liked. A bit more of a drive to a couple of clothing shops then home. I introduced Tina and Robert to YIAH and cooked Thai green curry and rice, yummy. A bit more of a chat, Skype with Heath and the lids then off to bed to get some rest before another busy day ...
... important functionally, it also became more important to ensure it was made well and wouldn't fail or fall apart during use?
This leads to better fabric production and garment quality.
If you make better fabric, and you're paying for better manufacture this might end up leading to better, more fitting styles.
The Scottish styles of knitted and spun wool's reflect this and the layering of five meters of kilt around you or over your shoulder ...
“This is a city of shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas. A city so beautiful it breaks the heart again and again.”― Alexander McCall Smith
I've been a huge fan of this city since I was last here almost a decade and a half ago. It is just stunning and I feel safe and comfortable here. Mind you I have only been here during the festival season, I do not know what it is like during the rest of the year.
N has been sick since ...
... and they have to find a gym asap and actually make the effort to go. They have days off in funny places, like Glasgow, so most of the crew spend all their time in their hotel room. In fact most of them have already done the world tour with some artist so nothing is new and being a tourist is the last thing any of them want to do! Even shopping is not a thing that they can really do to entertain themselves, as they travel for so long and with limited luggage capacity. ...
... We explore all the castle and its buildings have to offer and then it is off for lunch and a beer and I shop for warmer clothes so that I do not freeze tonight. Descending from the Castle it is store after store of Scottish Woolens so I soon have tartan tights, scarf and a cashmere sweater. Of course I also get us lost and we end up cabbing it back to the hotel to rest up before tonight's show.
We have dinner at a quaint restaurant that Paul has organized for us. ...