The Hedges Guest House
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... his photos have been published in every major newspaper in the world. I booked his beginner tour several weeks ago and was very excited to meet him! Before the tour, my knowledge of photography did not extend past automatic and pre-programmed camera settings. However, the fist thing James did when we met was change my camera to manual mode and set up my iso, exposure level, shutter speed, and white balance- settings I had never messed with before. James ...
Following my friend Andrew Milne's excellent guide to Edinburgh, we spent the day wandering the Royal Mile and its many pleasures followed by a tour of Edinburgh Castle. The castle was the most complete and impressive of the castles visited to date. It also had the most tourists. We spent some time in a Whiskey proprietorship admiring their stock of various Scottish single malts ranging from 60 pounds in value all the way to the winner, a ...
Our last day in Edinburgh and it was cold - a balmy seven degrees. Our first duty of the day was to return our car to the depot. So farewell Audi and the GPS lady who safety guided us in our travels. Today's itinerary was Edinburgh Castle, the Museum of Edinburgh and a walk up Arthurs Seat. Walking up to Edinburgh Castle we were nearly blown off our feet. After walking around for an hour my ears were like ...
... to a cemetery off the royal mile, then we eventually headed over to Carlton hill via some stairs and some stops for the guide to tell some scary but true stories. On carlton hill there were a lot of people here, including a lot of news people. They
were all reporting about the upcoming vote. The tour ended close to Carlton hill. This tour had included a lot of stories, was pretty good and interesting. After the tour finished i headed back to the hostel and went to bed.
At last, the journey begins.. I am on the plane to Heathrow, though for whatever reason, there are delays. Our Captain stood at the front of the plane, explained exactly what was happening and what it might mean, and despite the bad news, we came away from his chat feeling that if there is anyway he can avoid us missing our connection, he will. Until we see when we land, there is no point in worrying. Good old British Airways. I get on a BA flight and I ...