Monday, 11 June 2007

Cumbernauld


Walked off dinner with a saunter round the golfcourse track. A few rabbits scurry away, and an oystercatcher runs up and down the man-made rises. The trouser press in the hotel room is the Corby 3300 model C.

11 comments:

Craig said...

...and how are the tea and coffee making facilities?

AktoMan said...

Ah, the little tray of delights...just a ginger biscuit to accompany a decent range of teas, coffees and waters.

I wondered who'd get the reference :)

ratonthebeam said...

Ahh.. but is there a hairdryer, or is that a woman thing?!

AktoMan said...

hairdryer - yes (I dry mine naturally).
bible - yes (no, I will not knick it).
iron - yes.
sewing kit - yes (might make it into my repair kit).
shoe mit - yes.
vanity pack - yes.
wifi - chargeable extra (tried hooking the pda in last night, almost drained the batteries).

Simon said...

You're on a mid week golfing holiday !? I thought that you had to work for a living.

Andy Howell said...

Time to be careful Dunc!

AktoMan said...

Simon - I'm always working. I'm an I.T.-holistic entity, always looking for an angle, looking for uses of systems and how they all work together for a better life experience.

Andy - I'm always careful, especially when playing a round.

Michael G Clark said...

No chucking the telly out of the window and sacrificing goats again. or was that Keith Moon?

AktoMan said...

Telly too big to chuck out of window, and I can think of better things to do with goats than kill them...

...obviously to make cheese, as it doesn't gove me a migraine.

Michael G Clark said...

I need a source for goat meat, not an easy thing to find in Aberdeen. Nearest place I could find was Wales!

AktoMan said...

Have you tried asking in the Palestinian place on the corner of George St/Loch St? They must have goat on their menu.