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This led me to join the Mountaineering Club here on campus. I've been lucky to get out away from the city and see some of the rugged terrain Scotland has to offer. I never thought someone would tell me to grab my snow goggles, ice axe and crampons for a walk in Scotland - but I've quickly learned otherwise. I've learned about a new style and mindset to outdoor activity, obviously sparked by a very different environment. ...
... on the central pillar. Pic 8. James used this room as an apartment and, judging by the very thick doors with lead shot holes there were stormy times to survive. Pic 9. Also in the crypt were some lovely tapestries. Pic 10. Most of the 'Munich' glass wasn't able to survive the acid atmosphere of the industrial revolution. This beautiful new window (Pic 11) is the recent Millennium window opened in ...
... soon surrounded by a couple and a family from England and a couple from New Zealand. We all got to chatting and eventually sledging. Putting my fighting colours on (Aussie Green & Gold shirt) on over my wet weather poncho and my rain jacket over the top, we all headed across to the Hockey Centre. South Africa Vs New Zealand for the Bronze Medal The weather had already turned ugly and brought with it torrential downpours. I was beginning to regret telling ...
... We hobbled out and hobbled onto the train, and went over to where the West End Festival was going on. They had the big parade today.
Now, I have this thing where whenever I take someone somewhere I feel it is my responsibility if someone doesn’t have fun. Not the healthiest habit in the world, but never-the-less, it happened again today.
I was so hoping that Anne would actually enjoy the festival, and not just act happy because of me.
... Chip', which was anything but commonplace. I tried hake fish for the first time, and we ordered a bottle of ridiculously expensive champagne to celebrate our first full day in the city together.
On another day, we visited the Glasgow Necropolis and I was spellbound. Massive and imposing tombs and gravestones sat atop the highest point of the city to give spectacular views of the river, Glasgow Cathedral and George Square. The tallest and most impressive grave was that of ...