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Up to now the weather has been beautiful apart from a few mornings being a little foggy! Today Scotland turned on its usual weather I would suggest! Low cloud & constant drizzle! A top day for visiting the Castle! Brekkie at about 8.30am. Decided to take the car back to Waverley Bridge as we were going to the Castle & would not need it. Well, that was fun. Apart from a few minor diversions, we got the car to the Europcar drop off point at Waverley Station. Walked up ...
... s uncle, who is also called John Stewart. Driving in a city is way more aggressive than Rhianwyn is used to, but we managed not to be mowed down by the demon bus drivers. The evening was spent staying with Roy, another of John's cousins and a tea pot and salad folks were specially brought out for the occasion. It was interesting to share travel stories, destinations and photos as Roy has also travelled ...
... for 22 pounds each) hooked ourselves to the 'Reflection Cruise' boat and floated down the river in the rain. To be honest it was pretty, but not that enthralling so we enhanced the experience by stuffing our faces with veggie chips for a good hour and a half. Veggie chips oh soooo good .. But ill never be able to eat them again. Michaela Finally we made it to the "real" Scotland as we decided to head to the Isle of Sky in search for the wee fairies that occupy the fairy ...
... Pretty eerie stories told from a great story teller as well. Lots of fun.
Hmm.. I think I have covered all the highlights of the trip to Edinburgh. I began the trip with a group of people that I barely knew. It was great getting to know everyone on different levels, making fun memories, and exploring a new place for the first time together. Over all, I had a blast. Edinburgh is at the top of my list of recommended places to visit.