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We have finally made it to Edinburgh. I have been waiting for this for a few years now. Everyone has a 'bucket list' (things they want to do before they die), well one of mine is to see the 'Tattoo' in Edinburgh Castle. For those who don't know what this is, go check out You Tube. So here we are in Edinburgh and the first thing I have to do is pick …
Adriatic Adventure 18-11-14 Newcastle to Edinburgh
Well its been a mighty long 3 or so weeks but at long last I was finally on my last bit of the journey and that was the twisty road from Newcastle to my home in Edinburgh.
In all this adventure has certainly been a *******e without many stops for rest or to relax and so I am looking forward to getting home and relaxing.
The journey from Newcastle was easy-going and ...
... Richard was a charming Black Finnish. He said that he thought I looked Finnish when he saw me first walk in the bar. He insisted that I was messing with him, because my name sounded Finnish as well.
With all the international faces that I have been seeing and trying to identify their ethnicity, this made me question what ethnicity appears to be. Well I guess Finnish might be on the list. lol
I, then, met a guy from Pakistan that studied at Robert Gordon University, ...
... Haggis and mash tatoes and parsnip. Briony had Nachos. ha ha. The Haggis has a crispy texture whilst it looked like mash potato with a brown meaty colour. The spices were delicious and the oats gave it some depth. I personally really enjoyed it Briony didn't even mind the little taste she had. Once you get over what goes in it, you will be pleasantly surprised. Tasted better than anything i have ever cooked. After lunch we sat at the park and watched the ...
... Scotland for me. So, I was happy to be seeing my sister, meeting Andrew, and
fattening up my wallet.
I arrived at the airport in Edinburgh ready to see
Scotland. I had to buy a bus ticket into downtown Edinburgh, then walk to my
hostel. Oh the best laid plans...
It took me a while to figure out what street I
was even on, because street labels are mounted on the sides of buildings, not
on the actual street corner. I got ...