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... pretty tired, but I walked around the royal mile, and just wandered aimlessly down the streets of Edinburgh. Those are the best kinds of days really. Where you don`t have to do anything or be anywhere in particular. Once I was done my wandering I went back to meet up with Jade at her flat. Her mum was due to be arriving in the evening, and I was able to get a skype call in with Tessy! Happiness all around.
Had a great little tapas style dinner with ...
The following morning we got up early to explore Edinburgh castle. I pre booked the tickets online so all we had to do was type in a code on a machine at the castle to receive out tickets. I somehow found this really difficult and had to get the girls to help me which was slightly embarrassing.
Once we finally got in there it was pretty amazing. We took some nice pictures and walked around some museums within the castle. We queued up to see the ...
... took the map and led us across town to Greyfriars Kirkyard.
Greyfriars Bobby caught my attention a few months earlier as I was researching Edinburgh, but it wasn't a sight I was going to expend energy to find. My interest was piqued a little more when the in-flight Sky magazine featured famous dogs, and behold Bobby had his own blurb that I read somewhere over Novia Scotia. Then I stumbled upon a piece of trivia that proved we were fated to visit the ...
... was a wall that was built with mortar that held ashes of hundreds of witches burnt at the stake!
After more walking and talking the tour ended in the beautiful st Paul gardens of Edinburgh (which used to be the sewage lake) until we all followed to tour guide to a little pub down the road for lunch. It was at this pub that we tried our first haggis! If you ...