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... around Europe and the bike generally stays clean, 100 miles on a UK road and its full of dirt and mud!!!
After a stop at the Honda shop en route to buy some bike cleaner I headed off through the traffic congested streets of Edinburgh. What a nightmare this city has become. I must have passed through more sets of traffic lights just going through Edinburgh than I did on my whole trip of Europe!! These lights do nothing other than ...
... to the Englishmen, not only because his accent was charming, but also because I could actually understand him.
Olie started out as the stereotypical Englishman, sarcastic and direct. However, as the night went on he displayed the proper gentleman aspect to himself.
Olie and the rest of the crew, left for Flanagan's Irish Pub. Amparo and I were invited to tag along. Amparo had to head back to her flat, but I went along with the guys.
Flanagan's was ...
Today was a bit of a long one. I got up early and went down for a tender off the ship at 8:30. Since I did not have an organized excursion booked, I decided to figure out how to get to the city (15 miles) when I got to shore. As luck would have it I ran into a wonderful Canadian couple on the tender who let me know that there is a private shuttle that will take you to the city and back for only 10 pounds. That's a steal ...
... buzzing around, whisky (yes, I did spell that right!), kilts, and
interesting things to see. There are monuments, cemeteries, and churches
I arrived at the hostel before Laura and Andrew.
I paid for my bed and packed my stuff away.
If you have never stayed in a hostel, allow me
to elaborate. Hostels are basically college dorms with rooms housing more than
two students. The room I booked for Andrew, Laura, ...
... edinburgh castle who were able to provide us with the history of each of our last names. It was interesting to see our crests and read where the name was originated from so we both got our history printed. We also went and saw kilts being made and found some tartan from both sides of Shaun's Scottish family (the Hopkins and the Greenfield side). We had a late lunch at a pub (and some beer!) and then chilled out for the rest of the afternoon. We ...