A Thursday Pop Quiz: Scottish edition!

22nd Apr, 2010

While traveling in Scotland, I saw this ad on a bus, and laughed my ass off for 10 minutes (I still have plenty of ass left. Don’t worry): – Which,…

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The National Wallace Monument, Scotland

10th Mar, 2010

I’m not still writing about Scotland, am I? Have three days in a country ever been stretched into so many blog posts? Hemingway rambled less about Spain, I’m sure. I…

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Your money’s no good here,...

8th Mar, 2010

I can’t take his money … I can’t print my own money … I have to work for money … Why don’t I just lay down and die? — Homer…

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Stirling Castle, Scotland

4th Mar, 2010

We asked some locals where we should head if we wanted a day trip out of Glasgow. We had heard that Loch Lomond was lovely (and the eponymous song kept…

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Scottish Cuisine: Now no longer the...

3rd Mar, 2010

“… I think it’s repellant in every way. In fact, I think most Scottish cuisine is based on a dare.” – Mike Myers, So I Married An Axe Murderer –…

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Hunterian Art Gallery and the Mackintosh...

25th Feb, 2010

On the same day that I caught the bus tour and saw Kelvingrove Museum, I also stopped off at Glasgow University to see the Hunterian Art Gallery and the Mackintosh…

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Kelvingrove Art Museum

24th Feb, 2010

If you are fortunate enough to catch the Glasgow City Bus tour without too much damage done to your person or your psyche, I strongly suggest hopping off at stop…

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Glasgow Bus Tours

23rd Feb, 2010

I was originally going to make this a Dick Move! post, but honestly, if I did that every single time I felt the inclination, that’s all this site would be…

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This is all starting to look familiar...

18th Feb, 2010

I am really, really tired. We got back into town about three hours ago from our Glasgow/London trip, and I am doing my best to fight off sleep – it’s…

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