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... to run the show once and barely got through it. In fact we did not finish as I saw a very haggard company and decided to stop to deliver notes and encouragement before breaking for lunch. I also had to go to our sister venue to retrieve a key for the dressing room that we are not going to use. lol
The reason is that our theatre is on the 3rd floor, the dressing room is on the basement level. In order to enter the theatre ...
... to spend the night without getting into trouble. We need to get a few free nights in as paying an average of 25 pounds a night will get a bit to costly. Tonight I made dinner, not far off the same as Richie's but I did a fresh chicken curry with boil in the bag rice and naan bread. I made far too much so we have got same again for dinner tomorrow. The time now is 7.42 and it wont be long before I'm getting my head down. We plan on exploring Whitby in the morning before heading off ...
... malt scotch and a bunch of flowers as an apology. How lovely.
We'll take the scotch home to share with Paddy the whisky drinker. Terry will have to throw some clothes out to fit it in his bag.
Otherwise, it was a quiet, relaxing day.
... the era and takes you through the underground city. It was fascinating to think that people lived here and did so for many years. I’m not going to lie but I definitely felt a little 'weird’ knowing that Edinburgh is one of the world’s most haunted cities. We were told a few ghost stories and learnt about the daily life. They even kept their livestock here and somehow managed to live, sleep and eat in one very ...
... Louis Stevenson, Scottish Novelist
A few things of note about Scotland:
- It's sacrileg to drink whiskey with anything but a splash of room temp water
- A loch is a lake, a glen is a valley, and a close is an alley
- The Loch Ness monster does not exist
- The Scots hate Mel Gibson
Edinburgh is freaking cool. It's the type of city I wish I was smart enough to have studied a semester abroad in. It's ...