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Safely home…

… with all my bottles and glassware, mainly from BrewDog.

Here you can see why I really do need an 80 litre bag for a trip of only three days:

Well, the most important stuff is unpacked, I’ll do the rest tomorrow, but as far as I’m concerned, my Glasgow trip is over.

Goodnight! 🙂


On my previous Scotland trips, MegaBus used the ferry to cross the Channel. That usually worked out pretty well, sometimes we were even able to catch an earlier ferry, resulting in a considerably shorter travel time!
Apparently it is now customary at MegaBus to use the Eurotunnel for daytime crossings. So far my experiences with the car train have not been favourable: delays of at least two hours! And if I am to believe some of the bus drivers, these delays happen more often than not!
I hope MegaBus will keep the interval between the arrival of the buses from Brussels, and the departure of the buses to Scotland at least three hours, preferably even four, otherwise the risk of missing my connection might just become too big…

Back on the Bus

Well, that’s it, I boarded my MegaBus Gold, a real one this time. Not a lot of space, as you can see, but comfortable enough to sleep. In theory at least, because the movements of a bus are quite a bit more unpredictable than those on a sleeper train…
Now I’ll just have to hope there will be no delays and I’ll be able to catch my next bus in London.
Good night!