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... away in Central and South America during the last nine months.
We also had a few Christmas gifts, that we had bought in Scotland, that we needed to take to Finland.
Yesterday we bought a couple of boxes to post some of the non essential stuff back to New Zealand (once we have somewhere to live and an address). The boxes seemed a good size, a little bigger than a shoe box, and they had ...
... of our stuff to New Zealand. We bought a couple of boxes that could send up to 2kg each very cheaply.
The final shop in Melrose was the Woolen Mill where we managed to buy some gifts, but obviously can't give away more than that just in case somebody guesses what they're getting.
Walking back from the Woolen Mill, we passed Melrose Abbey which was looking nice. Last time ...
... movies to see the Hobbit and we had a bit of time to kill before it started so we had a drink at the Salmon Inn. Although there are not many shops in the town, there are still quite a few bars and takeaways that seem to do okay. Maria managed to get some Somersby cider from Denmark, which made her happy. David's Belhaven ale was not so great so he switched to Guinness, which was really good and made him happy.
There were cheaper tickets for the cinema on Thursdays, ...
... playing musical instruments with one even playing the bagpipes.
We continued walking down the Royal Mile, all the way to the bottom past the Scottish Parliament building, to Holyrood Palace. We didn't bother paying to go in for a look around, we just had a look and took a photo from outside like a lot of other tourists.
Instead of walking back up the Royal Mile, we walked up Calton Road, past the Calton Hill graveyard ...
... The next visible clue was the coastline of UAE. We circled a couple of times waiting for a landing slot. The Bourg whatsit tower was visible. After landing, at about midnight Dubai time, we taxied well beyond the terminal buildings and parked in the middle of nowhere at the north end of the airport site. The trip back to the terminal in a fleet of buses took about quarter of an hour - all helping to pass on the long interval, 9 hours or so, between arrival and ...
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