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Wheeling Along St Enoch In Glasgow

FROM THE KELPIES, AARON DROVE ON ANOTHER TWO HOURS TO GLASGOW... We have not been here before and Aaron did some homework beforehand and we landed here ar St. Enoch which is a more happening place.... It reminded me of Rundell Mall in Adelaide where there is a pedestrian walk along some streets....
People Make Glasgow....
Waited outside Nando for it was crowded... Were told to wait 25 minutes....
To pass time, I was like a kid again... Sitting obediently and smile....

We walked somewhere nearby.....
The autumn trees just outside Nando...
My helpful"nanny" as I called her.... Faithfully pushing me around....
Stopped at Apple... Thought of getting the 7 series.. Hahhaaa...
How I was yearning to walk and walk.... Never had I sat so much before....
How much can one pose on a wheelchair? Or should I ask...how often one gets to be wheeled.... 
I really understand how it feels... 
So I ended up taking more and more pictures...
We ended our walk here right in front of Hard Rock In Glasgow....
One to remember....
Yes, ended up getting a souvenir from there too...
No, it's not mine cos it cost 20 pounds, no joke!!

Comments

  1. Last time I used to collect Hard Rock Café T shirts from every country I visited

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  2. That's so big! Or does it look big because you are very small? Andy's so thin now, can use or not? If cannot, maybe I can. Hehehehehe!!!!! Ya...the originals do not come cheap, not at all.

    Bet Andy will be very happy. Didn't take leave to go with you? Busy making more and more money, eh?

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  3. Nice "walk" on the street of Glasgow...

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  4. nice place with all the old buildings refurbished to become commercial shops, and the street actually looks quite empty huh?? great, you have more space to roam about on your wheels.. :)

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  5. Eh the t-shirt so big la, hehe.. I like the word wheeling, reminds me of the wheelers in wizard of oz, kekeke..

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  6. I love that little building in the middle of walkway (pic 3) and the beautiful autumn leaves.

    Now can sit, just sit. No need walk and can enjoy the view. Haha. Last time you were the camerawoman, but now you are the model.

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  7. Oh Glasgow... makes me miss the good old time!

    Err... if you want cheap souvenir then go to Primark instead. :D

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  8. Your young nanny is keeping watch over you to make sure you don't get up and started walking all over the place....lol!

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  9. Going to eat at Nandos? So are you going to try Haggis? hee..hee...

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  10. With your nanny's watchful eyes, you are very obedient. Good to get some souvenirs for remembrance. Nice buildings & I love the beautiful autumn trees.

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  11. With your nanny's watchful eyes, you are very obedient. Good to get some souvenirs for remembrance. Nice buildings & I like the beautiful autumn leaves.

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  12. Your nanny is so patient wheeling you everywhere! You are also a very good kid, patiently sitting without making a fuss. :D

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  13. She was your butler to be precise, with such warm and caring service. You are always a blessed lady with friends to pamper you everywhere on hand and foot. Muahahaha

    Glasgow looks so nice, peaceful and free from HAZE!!! OMG!! We are suffering here.

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