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... in English again ... like a warm hug on a bitterly cold day! We could again read food labels, magazines, newspapers, signs, menus ... we could again easily chat with others ... even with their thick Scottish accents! Yay-hooray ... Apart from a bit of Gaelic ... we're all good ... like Slainte Mhath (pronounced Slan-je-va and often used as a cheers to "good health" ... which we're hoping for on this second UK leg).
Well after a cruisey ...
... of the performer's recurring jokes was how bad he was at comedy, implying that he knew how bad he was yet still decided that this is the career path he wants. The better ones had a few funny bits, however I don't know if they could sustain it for a whole hour. I guess it was a good experience to see how we had chosen pretty well with our shows, as there are some pretty bad acts out there!
We continued on to our next show, who was Brian Appleton. I thought he was pretty ...
... and well being; the delightful aroma of arabica (not robusta) in the air alone was enough to infuse a sense of well-being. The cafe says ...
A cup of coffee from the Elephant House will deliver to you a full round taste ...
It will bring back warm memories ...
It will ease your pain ...
It will get you back on the fast track ...
Or help you pause in the slow lane ...
We serve only the finest arabica coffees - you won't find robusta at the ...
... parts of the Castle including the Great Hall, the Honours of Scotland (sword, sceptre and crown - the real thing so heavily guarded and stored behind toughened glass), and the prisons of war (prison area recreated as it would have been during it's main period of use, late 1700/early 1800) and the Argyle Battery ( great views of Edinburgh from here).
After some lunch and more of a look round we ...
... We really needed to be up on Carlton Hill where all the action happens, (they burn stuff) but there were too many people and they shut it off pretty early to stop it getting too dangerous. Wahh. Even though wax was flying everywhere, it was pretty amazing and most certainly an awesome way to signal the beginning of Hogmanay.
The carnival had been in town for a couple of weeks at this point but the added line of fair rides that stretched along another ...
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