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... of Mary Kings Close. More on that tomorrow when we tour Mark Kings Close. We walked most of the Royal Mile and found a great place for gelato. I think it was called Mary's Milk. They had violet gelato (yes, the flowers) that tasted wonderful. We were told that it mixed well with mint chip, it did! We joked that it is what rainbows would taste like. Found a great underground pub back up in new town called Rose & Crown. It was there that I tried my first Irn Bru. I was hooked ...
... friend Elaine who is kindly playing tour guide for the week. Walked into town through Holyrood Park & Checked out the new Parliament building before finding a quiet spot for a beer. A bit of an achievement with the mass of people in town for the Fringe Festival the City Centre was fairly packed.
Edinburgh Tattoo the first night was pretty cool & am glad we went but a bit of a feat of endurance after the long flight.
... started it all. Goz even got himself a flash new golf shirt. It is freezing here at St Andrews today, and it is graduation day too, so there are people everywhere, most of them are in skirts, well scottish skirts that is, kilts. St Andrews was a great visit. Back on the road and after a while we make it to the massive Forth road bridge and then onto Edinburgh. We are here for 2 nights and the tonight we have ...
All prepared now...have bought the embarassingly skin tight 'performance' suit and kit so at least i LOOK like I'm in training. Its black and turquoise body con so from the front and with my poor eyesight I look lean and slimmer...all illusion fails with the profile however. But wearing in my new Hiking Boots around the house, strapped into the squeezy suit is making me feel inspired..I feel fit and slim...just with a large energy store!. ...
... Then we headed to Oban the gateway to the Highlands checked in had some yummy fish and chips I've never eaten so much fish and chips as I have on this trip it's crazy because I hate fish and chips! Then we went to the local pub where we had a traditional night at a ceilidah with bagpipes and traditional dancing where I stomped on a girls poor foot and scored the nickname stomper haha whoops! Then as it was a small town we headed to bed just after midnight another bunk bed ...