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... our way up a hill that is infamously named the Hill of Disgrace to view ancient monuments. At one point in time, the Scottish called themselves the Athens of the North so they attempted to be like the Greeks and make their own Parthenon. They ran out of money to finish it though and when questioned by outsiders, they claimed that this is how it was supposed to be. The next failed building was an observatory for astronomy students. Edinburgh put a lot of money into making this only ...
... and were finally captured and taken to jail. The last thing on the tour was to sit in a chair that rises up and suddenly drops. I had read about it so was not keen to do it but Grandy did. Turns out it wasn't that bad and now. I wish I had done it. It was all pretty scary but also lots of fun, I am glad that we did it.
Our last full day in Edinburgh and it was a lovely sunny morning. We went out for breakfast ...
... and show your boarding pass to get free stuff from the cafeteria. So, we sorted ourselves out with some toasties and washed them down with several free beers and wines. We had been chatting to a couple of old ducks from Edinburgh who both told us that it hadn't stopped raining for the past 3 weeks so we were preparing ourselves for a bit of ****** weather.
We caught the bus from the airport to the Lighthouse Hostel and there was free wifi on board. There is free ...
Well, on the job-front - I had an interview (i/v) last Thursday with Scottish Widows. Purely telephony - been there done that - I'm not 20 anymore. However, I have been offered the job if one of the initial eight doesn't take it. Intake is 27 Jan. Plan B is a good thing - right?
Anyhoo - I have another i/v tomorrow for a job I would quite like, more data and brain-work. So wishes please (hence the title).
I was also contacted this afternoon when I ...
... bused in and out of the area without touching the local shops or pubs. My good friends Margaret and Alan Gordon live in Gullane, right on the edge of the Muirfield golf course and beach. The view from their garden was of a line of porta-potties, stands, TV screens, and numerous other service tents. However, by the time I went down to visit them the following week, the dismantling had begun and Alan and I undertook a long beach walk from North Berwick ...