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... the artic circle (we never realised that). Sal made a new friend who couldn't peak english (we called her Grandma), was bloody funny to watch. An hour wait with a hold-up in London, then through to Edinburgh.
Thanks for all the great wishes for my birthday, we worked out I had 31 hours in my day.
We will get a few photos loaded tomorrow.
Staying Lauderville B&B - very clean
... settled in the little town of Portree we caught the bus out to a hiking track with the aim to hike through the mountains to find the fairy pools. Having been given rough directions to the pools we set off through the sludge, rocks and more sludge. We walked for about 3 hours out to a loch, all the while Kathryn in her element, jumping in puddles and taking the root of through the sludge rather than around. Having reached the loch we decided that we had missed a turn off, and having ...
... won't have haggis again for some time.
After dinner some of us decided to do some more exploring and went to a few different pubs. We tried some local, recommended beer and made our way up part of the Royal Mile. We reached the Edinburgh castle which was quite a site to see. We actually found our way back to the hotel with no problems and this time we even did have a map! Go figure. Anyways, I'm more than tired so I'm off to sleep and up for a early and long day tomorrow!
... many. You just don't really know where to even begin, so a lot of the gigs we saw were recommended from either friends or people at work who had already seen them. Other than that we would just pick one out of thin air and hope for the best. We went to the next available show at one of the venues and turned out to be a fantastic decision. It was Patrick Monahan talking about cake, but he was excellent. The free guys were quite funny, but this guy was definitely on another ...
... to my b&b, dropped my stuff, found an indian restaurant and ate while I did the crossword puzzle! I watched some TV when I got back to the hotel, and then went to bed. I guess it doesn't sound like that much fun when I write it down, but I was excited to have nothing to do and nobody to talk to! Also, no talks to prepare!
Thursday morning I had some meetings at the observatory, and Bridget came and met me there and walked ...