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... and eventually I found myself on the main A68 road for Edinburgh. This road was still not perfect as it too was full of mud from farm tractors and so I had to take great care.
The weather was wonderful sunshine all the way but it certainly was not warm and I was freezing much of the way. Finally into Edinburgh I made a detour into my local Honda dealer for two reasons, some bike cleaner and more importantly a hot cup of coffee!!
After a chat there I was off through ...
... what a french fry feels like.
Other than that the cast rocked it. The audience was just eating it up and gave them thunderous applause at the end. I was so happy for the cast as they worked so hard to get that audience, it was a very satisfying feeling getting the recognition.
On another note, that is already happening. The cast can walk places and are already being recognized as "The MOD cast" In CVENUES ...
... also has a Museum of Childhood, which basically consists of really cool toys and a whole bunch of creepy dolls (Alex thinks someone should bequeath Pearl here). We would also like to make special mention here of a feature we've found in almost every single city - a monument to Admiral Nelson of Trafalgar fame. It's disgusting really. We're going to France in a couple of days to get away from them all. And thus (finally) closes the Scottish edition to our blog. We thank you all for ...
... to you runs like this: kilt shop, cafe, jewellery store, kilt shop, cafe, jewellery store (repeat for a mile). No I did not buy a kilt: I don't have any Scots in my family so I'd buy some clan colour all wrong for me, I know it. We walked, stopping in shops and the Museum of Childhood (a request from my sister), got to the palace at the end but weren't as interested when we got there, and needing to get back for dinner, we turned around and walked back, all the way to the ...
... the trendy and super rich it's good enough for me.
Now a fishy foot spa is a place where you get your feet cleaned and
massaged by these little fish that come and nibble the dead skin and
stimulate the blood supply to your feet by well, nibbling. Sounds a bit
weird but it was going to be an experience.
In the end only dad,
Sis and I were game enough to be subjects to the flesh eating fish of
the fishy foot spa. We took along our camera man ...