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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 ...
... of ten best restaurants in Edinburgh by The Guardian, I was eager to pay them a visit. And, who am I to argue with The Guardian? I mean, their sushi is heavenly.
God I loved it. I loved it so much that I even asked for a doggy bag (22 rolls turned out to be bit too much). Never ever in my life would I ask for one, but this amazing sushi is just to good to ...
... all over Edinburgh, breathing in the historic beauty and the majestic nature of the city.
Lot of changes happening in Edinburgh, on account of the on-coming Olympics, new Trams being built etc., yet maintaining the vintage air.
We also walked to the Holyrood park, a mound sitting just outside the city, offering a breath of fresher air to the joggers and cyclists.
We were on time for the one day tour, and Rabbie's ...
I woke up late after last night doing a sort of
pub crawl around Edinburgh with these Aussies. Anyway after getting
up later than I wanted to, I went to the next door pub - biddy
middigans and used the internet while having breakfast. Breakfast was
not provided by the hotel, I had to buy it, but at least there was
free wifi. After breakfast I returned to my room and got ready to go
I walked up the street beside the hotel and
walked up to ...
... 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 ...