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Kelly and Rachael stayed out and when they got home I was very drunk and talking jibberish, I introduced them to my Dragon voice and nano bots..... enough said (if you want any further details you can ask them).
31/12/13 - New years Eve HOGMONAY!
We had another delicious (note sarcasm) breaky at the hostel. Today's plan was to explore the city with the least amount of walking as possible cause Kates ankle was huge!!!! She woke up at ...
... roof watching the sunset, meeting people on our island hopper tour, eating and drinking and soaking in the amazing views of the Greek ruins in the distance all lit up around us. We enjoyed some Greek food and indulged in some gyros- around 2 euros and of course traditional Greek salad! We sampled some Greek beer and relaxed taking in and making the most of our short time in the city. We saw a lot of Athens during our time there. From exploring the flea ...
Everything in our favour but sleep evades us ! checking the clock at 2:30, 3:00 and finally up in the shower at 4:00 cotton-headed still cloudy outside although the birds are all musicians. Root around find PG tips and instant coffee -each to his own. Joy we have a Lara bar because nothing will be open until 8:00. Searching early morning Edinburgh find little open so Dad's vision of a fry-up and ...
Well I have had a solid week at work....trying to win one new customer and appease an existing one.
Sandy had a bit more time of family history research and then had a companion arrive. Ken and his wife Lisa arrived Monday. Like me Ken had a solid week at work and that allowed the ladies to do their own thing.
They had lots of fun and managed to get to
- Fortnum and Masons
- The Churchill War ...
... tales of unfortunate souls who had met their demise in the eerie passageways. Then he took us down into the vaults, 2 storeys underground which were originally used as storage for the businesses above but then abandoned due to the leaky ceilings. Then they were used illegally by the lower class people of Scotland including the prostitutes and theives. Then they were raided by police and completely bricked up for a hundred years before being rediscovered. And now ...