Just got back from a quick jaunt to Glasgow and back to record a Rapid Induction Hypnosis course with Rory & Ash aka The HypnoBros, which was pretty fun.
We left on Friday afternoon and narrowly made the flight due to a broken clutch on the drive to Stansted. On arrival shortly after 8pm, we checked into our hotel, got changed and went for a delicious Thai meal at the Chaophraya restaurant (I thoroughly recommend the Grilled Pork Skewers and Chicken Pad Thai!) washed down with a couple of bottles of Chang beer. Managed to get to bed before midnight, which is a first, I think, for my visits to Glasgow.
The course itself was well run on the Saturday, managing to be light-hearted, yet still educational, and the lads managed to cram plenty of material (and colourful language!) into the day.
It was a pretty hectic day, and I spent most of it on my feet, but we did manage a Wild Boar and Chorizo burger for lunch, which my taste buds much appreciated, then another mad rush to catch the flight home. More car trouble on the way home, thanks to Rory leaving his sidelights on, but fortunately we managed to get a jump-start from an AA chap, and finally arrived home around midnight.
I love Glasgow, it's such a vibrant and photogenic city and the architecture is amazing. I should really organise a trip just to wander around and take some photos!
An Ex-Wild Boar & Chorizo Burger: Homeward bound!