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Some days are harder than others, when I stop to think about the family, hearing things I am missing, seeing them upset etc but then knowing how well Heath is coping, seeing their smiley faces and hearing about the exciting things they are doing etc let's me know that even though they are missing me to that they are fine. It has been hard not chatting to mum/Nan/Amelia etc all the time, you don't realise until they are not right there how much you miss them.
... lovely one and relatively flat, we took a country lane which ran parallel to the A7, passing little villages and a river.
We were motoring along throughout the day with the knowledge that our friends, the Smith clan, were waiting for us in Edinburgh. The first sight of Arthur's Seat and the castle was much welcomed - we had arrived in our beloved 'burgh. We were greeted with a round of applause from the Smith's as we rocked up at The Counter coffee kiosk ...
Early wake-up, made Sal get up at 4.30 to cook my breakfast on my birthday! haha, whatever. Sorted the hotel, and picked up outside the door at 5.30, off to the airport.
Got signed in all the way through to Edinburgh, only issue is we lost the boarding passes, that created a moment in the line. All good, new passes and we were off for a 12 hour plane flight. Watched the map, they actually went ...
... has not been completed.. Very striking though and shame it's not finished. Not far away was another memorial to Horatio Nelson, a fine looking upside down telescope. The top of this memorial has a wooden ball that is also dropped daily at 1pm for confirmation of the time for the ships in the harbour. Still the weather was so nice out walking, but was getting late so headed back to our little flat for a well deserved rest. Have loved every inch of Edinburgh so far, just delightful ...
... in the motor city, is a pretty big deal. The Royal Mile is the main drag going up towards the castle, there are street performers, also known as buskers, a multitude of sovenier shops, restaurants, pubs, monuments, grand old buiildings and great people watching opportunities.
The Edinburgh Castle was on our list for Tuesday morning. It's at the top of the hill with the best views of the city. After that we had time to stop at the post office to mali a ...