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After a crazy 7 weeks of trying to organise my life for a whole year, the day has finally come for me to take the first step into a year long adventure. Thanks to all those who gave me a more than wonderful send off, I love you and will miss you all dearly but the world is calling my name right now! Thoughts - scared of what lies ahead but excited about the care free lifestyle and cultural learning that ...
... is longer than a mile) where we reached the abbey, another beautiful building, and the parliament, a not so beautiful building (strangely modern) and a view of the large Arthurs seat (a big hill). By this time we were all pretty tired and so voted on a taxi back to the apartment where we had a relax before getting ready to go back to the castle but this time for a very ...
Arriving in Edinburgh at dusk, we met up with my friend Scott, our kind host.
And what luck we had with that. Scotts student accommodation sits on the Mound. Running parallel to the Royal Mile, he lives just below the famed castle, overlooking the main shopping street and the Christmas markets.
First wandering down to the markets, we drank hot mead and ate Angus burgers, little sugar-coated doughnuts and crispy chips. We spent ...
... a Shuttle appeared and the ride from Terminal 3 to Terminal 1 took about 10-minutes. At this point, I estimated that about 50 minutes had elapsed since I disembarked from the flight.
When I reached the security screening point, there were two long queues forming so there was a bit of a wait. When I finally reached the Bins, I went through the usual procedures with the 3-1-1 bag and Laptop, but they were very thorough and eventually I had to remove my ...
... kids played cards on the floor. I got to check my e-mails.
The journey to Inverness was uneventful, but scenic, with fabulous views of lochs, islands, deer and munroes out of the window. On the train to Perth we could see snow still on the Cairngorms. We missed the connection to Inverkeithing and so spent an unexciting hour at Perth railway station.
Niall, our CS host for the evening has reddish hair down to his waist. He is a keen naturalist, regaling us with ...
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