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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
This was the last day of the tour and we were all exhausted from having so much fun the two long days before. We went to a whiskey distillery, Loch Ness, and a few pretty viewpoints for pictures. It was heartbreaking to say goodbye to the Australians but we got to see Harriet for a moment in a cafe the next morning!
... feet were killing me and my energy completely spent. The young man at the Visitor's Center had told me there was a bus that came right down to the center, so I went to wait for it. Unfortunately, even though he had looked it up on his computer, he was wrong. No bus came. Soon, a man came walking down the street and asked me if I was waiting for a bus. I said yes and he said, "No buses come down here on Sunday, doesn't make any sense, it's the busiest day of the week." ...
... up we went the more gorgeous it got. 'Further up and further in!' as they declare in the last Chronicle of Narnia novel, The Last Battle, seemed to be the hills motto. Further and further we went, sometimes unsure which path to take when given an option, but we eventually saw the ruins we were looking for.
Pausing every few feet to take pictures of the incredible view we came to a ruin of columns. For short people it seemed too daunting of a task to climb. As Erin and I ...
Just a wee update from the Highlands of Scotland. We are on our 2 week Easter break so we thought we would change things up a bit and try our blog in video form Live from the Highlands of Scotland .
If you are like me and are slightly computer illiterate, here are the instructions for use.
Number 1 - click on the video link below
Number 2 - View video
Number 3 - That's it!
Love Rach and Sarah (Mostly Rach)
I didn't like you all that much when I visited you last summer.
Now I hate you with the heat of 1000 fires built by Vikings to be extra hot for unknown Viking metal heating/body burning purposes.
These fires are, of course, purgatorial, not hellish—which is to say, you can be redeemed (as some 97% of people/places/things are redeemable in my eyes), but you'll have to put in some mad effort.