Kariba Guest House
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... the street, calling in at the Museum of Childhood, because it was free, and still kept going, hoping that at the end there would be something to see. And there was! Firstly the Scottish Parliament Buildings, and over the road from that was Holyrood Palace, the Queen's official residence in Scotland. We just looked at it from the gate and that was all. And right there was the bus stop for home. So we went home.
Dinner tonight ...
... until pairing #12 leaves to take up the flag and the
fight. Buried within this bosom of European fervour are heard the plaintiff cries
of USA, USA, USA by those with pants louder than their voices. The course is
packed with upwards of 45,000, scurrying hither and thither in search of the
best vantage point. We have groups dedicated to the serenading their
favourites. The Minnesota Vikings carrying young Speith down the fairways. The
... being a conehead for a week.
Boxes arrived and packing commenced. It was a bit of a **** show. They better not lose anything. Once they were sent off I found so many more things that should have been sent back in those boxes. It was hard to judge but our room still looked quite untouched after they had been picked up. It’s crazy how much you accumulate.
Caitlin managed to be placed in Edinburgh and Glasgow over three days for ...
... as we got deeper into the city, the mood changed drastically. We saw the castle in the distance, gothic buildings left and right! Each street had as many gorgeous buildings as we'd seen on the rest of the trip so far. Bright lights and colors lit up the neat architecture, double decker busses passed by, and cemeteries looked creepier than ever. The cold seemed less harsh and by the time we walked a good distance, we didn't even want to turn around and head ...
... how loud it would be. After spending most of the day at the castle we went on to do our first souvenir shopping, expensive **** really! We still have more of Scotland to visit to find something tartan! Friday (17th) worst day ever! Nothing went in our way today.. - car rental place was demolished - had to walk 2km to get phone credit and internet to call them - had to walk 3km to the replacement car rental - can't hire a car with a debit MasterCard need a visa and even then ...