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... the wonderful presence of Jill Bazos. While she was here she was a force to be reckoned with and did so much with and for the kids. Our remaining chaperones led by Gigi (Who is just AMAZING!) have all done a wonderful job. I am acknowledging Robert, Robin and Ana, thank you so very much.
We are closing in on our final days here in Edinburgh. We will squeeze every ounce we can out of them.
It's nice to have our first day on the Wind Surf a day at sea. It gives us a chance to relax and get to know our fellow cruisers. The distance from Edinburgh to Kristiansand is 450 miles.The weather is foggy but not cold, about 70°. Today we just relaxed
around the ship and listened to a couple of talks on our upcoming ports of
... the city. Although the climb is not particular hard, it is long, and it took dad and I a good 50 minutes to get to the top. When we got there, however, we were rewarded with a beautiful view of the city. The descent took just as long, and by the time we got down it was time for dinner. This time we grabbed dinner in a Japanese restaurant downtown, which ended up being quite good. Then we made our way home to grab an early nights sleep, as we were to be up at 6am for our highland tour the next ...
... heading back up the stairs. Since Gilmerton Cove was so small, we sent our students in three separate groups to view it. From Gilmerton Cove, we drove to Calton Hill for an opportunity to view the Scottish National Monument, which many Scots refer to as the “National Disgrace”. Essentially, the site contains a completed tower and a half finished acropolis. Apparently, the Scottish government ran out of money and had to abandon the project. The hilltop site ...
... for 6 months.
Going to my landlord's Mum for Xmas lunch/tea/dinner - whatever you want to call it, and hopefully my friend (Lynn) will be here from Melbourne to join me there and for a few days - and Gorgeous Daniel and Friend from Berlin!
No more signs of snow :-( I suppose I should be grateful. (Had to check the spelling of that one - US, English? As this Webmail uses US spelling. And so it's 'grateful' - seems odd...)
Hope everyone is well.