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Final post about Scotland - all the random bits of trivia and an awesome conversation I overheard at lunch one day. Zucchini is called 'Courgette' Arugula is called 'Rocket' Soda is 'Fizzy Juice' (which is absolutely hilarious in action) Irn Bru, Scotland's favorite soda, is 38% sugar! according to the bottle. Scotland is also the only developed country in the world where Coke is not the top-selling soda. Thistles are the ...
Today we woke up and hopped on the bus. We traveled through 3 countries all in 1 day. We left from Edinburgh this morning and took an amazingly scenic ride starting in Scotland, through the countryside of England, and into wales. The mountains we passed were covered with green grass and heather, which is a beautiful purple flower. All the little white specks you see in the pictures are lamb. Throughout all of ...
... Edinburgh. Stretching from Edinburgh Castle in the west to the Scottish Parliament and Hollyrood Palace in the east, the Royal Mile contains most of Edinburgh's tourist attractions, as well as a cornucopia of touristy shops and an army of buskers and street performers. We started off by walking around the courtyard of Edinburgh Castle, but didn't go in as entrance is monumentally expensive and I'd been there before. Instead we opted for the nearby camera obscura experience, one ...
Wow it's hard to believe that sitting here on Boxing Day and it has been 2 years ago that we were beginning to start our move to the other side of the world. Boxing Day 2011 we said our goodbyes at Picton Airport to The Birds after a lovely hot Christmas in The Sounds. Then an overnight with The Harrisons and then off to Edinburgh.
We have loved nearly every minute of our time here, travelled to a lot of great places. Met lots of new ...
... market, and decided on touring the Scottish National Gallery (free admission), an old building with Roman columns, which housed hundreds of beautiful sculptures and paintings. The gallery was humbling and full of culture.
Some genius designed Edinburgh to have it's enormous and brutal castle at one end, and the Palace at Holyrood House at exactly the other end. We walked through the city, appreciating the narrow brick streets with tall, skinny ...