Kariba Guest House
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Edinburgh is an easy city to fall in love with. From the house we are staying in Hart St, it is an easy walk to all of the highlights.
Edinburgh castle is the crown of Edinburgh. Perched above the city, sections such as the gate are over 2000 years old. We started our visit guided by the lovely John, sharing with us in his strong accent the trials, ...
... here LOVE Mary. This was made especially clear to me today when my parents and I visited Holyrood House. Holyrood is still a working royal palace. It's the Queen's "official residence" when she comes to Scotland. As such, much of the Palace is closed to visitors. But what isn't is largely devoted to preserving the history of the Palace's inhabitants, Including Mary Queen of Scots. Her apartments are kept just as she left them.
Even though my loyalties lie with ...
... and Robert. A short drive and we were there, a very yummy tea - huge Yorkshire pudding filled with stewed beef and gravy, veg and chips and a sticky toffee pudding. Lots of laughs, fun and chatting before heading home for a cuppa and bed. Tomorrow we say our final goodbye to Edinburgh and this side of the world, we begin the long journey home. It has been the most amazing experience, the places I have been and ...
... fringe or the rugby, must have been quite a dissappointment and when discussion turned to where we were from, he then commented on our pilgramage back to the motherland from the convict settlement. Could have been a more positive start but we weren't put off.
Got settled in our hotel, smallest room in lovely hotel, but what could you expect for convicts, we went exploring. We found the Edinburgh Castle, ...
Spent two nights in Edinburgh between the Netball and Gymnastics we had tickets for.
Whilst Mel sat in a pub majority of the time watching the games I went out and explored.
Found the Botanical Gardens, walked up Arthurs Pier (kind of followed the crowd didn't realise I would get myself into such a big hike) but great views of the city from the top.Very windy though I did ...