Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Glasgow + Winter

Again, I am exploring Glasgow with Sarah while she came to visit me all the way from Aberdeen! I am so happy to be able to go out with her!

Our route for day one is to The Mackintosh House (House of the famous Glaswegian Artist, Architect and Designer), University of Glasgow, Hunterian Museum and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Even though i've been to those places before, but going there again this WINTER season is a total different feeling. The first time i've been there was Autumn.

Above: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. If you ask the Scottish which museum is the best,this is it! Sarah and I spend hours inside there!

DAY TWO with Sarah!
We went to the Glasgow Science Centre which i never been to before! Plenty of things to explore and you will get to know how many things work!

This is my section as an Optometry student. The eye chart and other stuff related to the eye. That eye chart isnt that accurate and they did not mention where you should stand to measure your vison. Have to use Snellen Visual Acuity Chart! Oh. I've been so obsessed to all these stuff!

Well, read it. It's better for YOU to take good care of your two teeny weeny eyes! They are precious! You wont want to get that acrylic eye! ErrrrrLLL!

See how your body is going to look like if you get the artificial one. Body is precious too!!

Mirror effect! Optics! This is what Dr Harry has been talking about last semester! Mirrors!

Where's my body?

My spinal isn't straight when i sit up like this!

Please, must click on this video to watch, it's pretty funny. I understand how my bone works now when i cycle.

And yes, we went to the IMax to watch T-Rex 3-D, not that exciting though.

Going to the Science Centre is really great. The scenery there is idyllic. My favourite part of all is the Medical and Optical section. Of course, it's related to my interest and course! HAPPY!

After Science Centre we rushed to Glasgow Cathedral. This time, we manage to get into there. The first time I went was with Roselyn and it was closed. It's magnificent!

Glasgow Cathedral

Inside St Mungo Religion Museum

That's all for our day one and two.. Will update again!

1 comment:

Sarah said...

wahahahaha!! thanks for the fabulous weekend!! Glasgow is soooooooooo much fun!