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... lined with historic buildings, shops, closes, pubs and eateries. I thought Wales was green, but I didn't know that green came in this many shades! The light and bright of new emerging grasses to the dark and rich of dew covered evergreens, everything is green here. Many things may have started off as other colors, but they just turn green by default. Buildings have moss on them, stone walls actually have trees growing out of them! The air feels clean here. ...
... we come back, so they are working on getting us another date.
Today, we were planning on climbing Arthur's Seat as a group bonding experience. It is the large volcanic crag that juts out at the southern tip of Edinburgh, a nice 45 minute climb that offers the best views of the city. I woke up and looked at the weather and it was scheduled to pour so I cancelled the climb ...
... It is quite busy once we get inside the castle gates as they are getting all set up for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo which is about to kick off in the next few weeks. We have a good look around inside even being entertained in the great hall by a musician on some antique musical instruments.
Then our tour is over and we have free time in the city for the rest of the day. I head off for a tour of the Royal Yacht Britannia which has been moared ...
... missed the main countdown/fireworks. Nonetheless
a good night, I still think large new years events are a little overrated
Welcome to the New Year, must say I was
pretty excited for what the year ahead was going to hold after everything that
I had experienced in 2013, it had really turned around to be truelly amazing!
To the new adventures, experiences and friendships of ...
... with people flooding the road. We didn't stay long at the concert as we were all to curious about what was happening up top on the street. We managed to meet a group of New Zealanders and a few great Scots along the way. One even made a scene proposing to Erin With onlookers cheering.
As the countdown approached us, people where cheering, fireworks started from behind the castle. It was awesome, and the fireworks were spectacular.