Friday afternoon in Glasgow
Last Friday after my college classes, I didn't go back home straight away. I had a plan to go the Fabric Bazaar, but when I was walking along Argyle Street, I started visiting shops and then was too late and never made it to the fabric shop that day ;) After the time that I spent at TK Maxx, I decided that there was no point rushing home for a dinner if I can eat something vegan in one of the cafes. I chose Stereo because it was the nearest to my bus stop.
So I have to say that I stuffed myself really badly that evening. I was planning to take a salad, but haggis pizza looked so tempting. As a starter. I had a carrot soup. Well, it was just an ordinary soup really but bread was amazing.
Vegan Haggis Pizza was so delicious. And I like the idea of two types of salads. I would like to get more salads like that in vegan places, not only some greens on the side of my plate.
|Vegan Haggis Pizza|
Some of you may wonder if I hunted down some bargain during my trip along Argyle Street. Well, yes, of course. Sometimes I am lucky enough to find something without leather & wool ;)
These will probably be one of my most crazy, 'ugli' shoes so far. But come on... no leather here, man made sole and upper fabric... and only £34 and it was my size (whoop, whoop). I couldn't leave them on the shelf. Irregular Choice has always been one of my favourite shoe brands, but recently I feel very disappointed about them. I've noticed that they deleted the vegetarian section from their website. It is a pity...
|Irregular Choice - Cupids Sun Hat (photo by www.heels.com)|
I also bought a digital Speedo watch for my grandfather and an address book (only because there was a rabbit on the cover) ;)