the lady must have been thinking that I am crazy to pose while she is handing me a glass of hot mulled wine
That’s it folks, thanks for joining us in this adventure!
Saturday evening and we found ourselves in the Glasgow city centre with exactly £5 in my pocket.
–Let’s buy Chrurros from the Christmas market, I suggested.
–Sounds like a wise investment, Cassandra agreed.
We patiently waited in “The taste of France” kiosk queue until it was our time to order the magic paper cone filled with the chocolate deliciousness. Cold as it was, consuming churros was so soothing for my stomach. The market was too crowded for my taste and we thought it would be better to come back the next day for our shopping. There were less food kiosks than in Edinburgh’s Christmas market but there was more variety. We even found a Greek kiosk, oh, the happiness on people’s eyes when they saw pita gyros and souvlaki! There was also a burger kiosk, no horse meat here, the label said and to be honest by the smell of the bbq I could tell they were honest. By the end of the alley there was a kiosk selling colourful candies of various shapes and tastes, aka my sister’s paradise, but we over passed it as it would have been very dangerous to stay longer. I bought a hot mulled wine with my pocket money and left with the promise to visit tomorrow.
This is the last post of Cassandra’s visit. I would like to thank you all for commenting on the blog all these days, while I have been skipping outfit posts. Tomorrow I’ll be back to the normal personal style mode, so stay tuned and thanks for reading.