After my chat with my parents I was determined to not stay in all day so I messaged Becca that we were going out. We're not the most exciting of people so we just walked down to the city center which has most of the shopping areas. We restrained ourselves a great deal and managed to not buy any miscellaneous items that we we're in love with (the clothes at Primark were calling our names). Becca did need a laundry bag to so she could haul all of her clothes to the laundry room and a reusable water bottle so we stopped into TKMaxx which we think is just really funny. It's exactly like TJMaxx except for that one letter. Becca got what she needed and I found the same dish brush that I use back at school.....it made me a little homesick.
On the way back we found our way to The Glasgow School of Art which is where we'll have Black and White Photography. I'm still not 100% positive about which building it is (we know the name but didn't see it) but everyone here is super friendly and I'm sure we'll find someone to help.
After we got back from shopping we had a couple of hours until the Ceilidh party started. Ceilidh is a type of dance typical to Scotland and is reminiscent of line dancing. The International Society organized the whole thing and had a traditional Ceilidh band there to tell us exactly what to do. Becca and I usually partnered with each other but there were some occasional ones where we needed a group of three or one of the partners traveled around. We danced to almost every dance and it was loads of fun. It was super energetic and no one cared that we had no idea what we were doing since almost no one did. It was just a blast and the band that was there said they has Ceilidhs on Wednesdays so we decided we were definitely going to try it again.
|Becca and I after the Ceilidh. We know, we're lookin' a hot mess|