Kariba Guest House
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... of four, who traded in fabrics and sewed for a living. It was highly unusual for a close to be named after a woman at that time, indicating Mary’s standing in the town. We were surprised to find out that part of the original Craig close is on the tour. We even saw the house of the Craig's, where all of them died of the plague, or as they called it The Black Death. These once vibrant little streets and lanes are completely sealed underneath the newer ...
... made our way up the hill to the Edinburgh castle. We purchased tickets and managed to get in just on cue as a nicely dressed officer fired his cannon bang one 1 o clock. We then spent the next 4 hours lost in the world that is the Edinburgh castle. It has a rich history to share and time gets away on you as you make your way through all of it's wonderful 'exhibits' for lack of a better word. We went up Argyle tower, visited the Scottish National War memorial, ...
... was a party near us of 28, a couple of families from Norway here to see the Tattoo. They special shirts and jackets made up for the trip. It was a mad house in the Rock Shop, but I got my pins! After dinner we walked the town. At St Andrew's Square, they have a lot going at the Fringe Festival. Music, booths, comedy acts, temporary restaurants, etc. We walked around and then headed down Rose Street past numerous shops and restaurants. We then turned down towards the ...
... wine and me a brandy, we will be ready for a Nana nap by 2pm, but I don't think so, Lorraine will be there waiting for us to try on some kilts!
From today (7th) till the 14th January we will be together so let the fun times begin!! About to leave the plane now, bye.
We arrived in Edinburgh on time, caught a bus to Waverley Station then.....we had to pull our bags up to our apartment about 400 metres away all uphill avoiding all the stairs!! That was fun, then when ...
... The hills are gentler and
populated by the ever present flocks of sheep as well as small villages where
you have to wonder how the people earn their living there. The second trip took the Western road, by
far the most rugged, the most isolated, even desolate (abandoned even by the
sheep!) and the most beautiful journey.
We went from East to West to the Isle of Skye and came back through the
Jacobite Trail down ...