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... know while in Scotland act Scottish?) but I needed to get cash out first, so I went across the train river (what should look like a river but is infact Waverly Station) and asked someone for directions to...another pub. He was Canadian and said he wasn't living there and didn't know. But turns out he was staying at my hostel! So me and Michael (as he told me) went to a cute little pub for a drink and then back to the hostel ...
... to get dark and cooling down even more.
A senic drive home, quick change and off we went again with Nerissa, Andrea and Tina to see the pantomime. What a wonderful performance with lots and lots of laughing, audience participation and fun.
Back to our home away from home for some more chatting, finished my slice and had a yummy chocolate Bailey's. Another late night but since we have an early start tomorrow I really should be sleeping, so goodnight for ...
... was beautiful. I can't wait to have some more adventures in London and this trip is an amazing opportunity to get to explore. So I'll see you all when I return home and wish me luck in Haggis Land.
Sam B and The Flying Mongoose,
Well there you have it from our two intrepid travelers. May I say John is the luckiest person I know. ...
... alike work the crowds for money and its a busy, happy atmosphere. At the top of the Royal Mile is Edinburgh Castle, and we're saving a visit there for another day. We could see the tops of the scaffolding and seats erected for the Military Tattoo that begins next week. We're going to see about tickets for it on Monday when the office opens. We stopped in stores and worked our way down the crowded street towards ...
... br> We then
followed Darren to the vaults under the South Bridge. Originally the vaults
were built in the arches of the bridge, but these are now only accessible
through the buildings that have been built in front of the arches. They were
originally used to provide storage and even used by some business as
shopfronts. They proved too wet as they were built out of lime stone and were
closed after only a couple of years, but used by the homeless, prostitutes ...
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