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- Parking fine as we finish breakfast
- Coffee & cake morning at St Cuthbert's, below the castle rock
- Taking the castle by storm
- Crazy street layout
- Medieval traffic light system
- Weather turns as quickly as Melbourne's
- Doing a tyre
- Drove Stockport to Edinborough, past Hadrian's Wall
After being checked in and almost diddled out of our daily breakfast by a surly Eastern European man we headed off to the center of Edinburgh. The highlight would have to have been a group of young students playing Scottish music with incredible enthusiasm along the royal mile which we stayed and watched perform. With very little daylight left in …
... important days) are set for 5am.
4:30am and my phone rings. It’s just Adrian saying hi and telling me that he’s on his way to Florida with his band. I decide to just wake up and start getting ready and was out the door by 5:30. The tubes start running at this time so it was not much of a wait. I had to go all the way to zone 6 though which I’ve never done and boy did it feel like forever. To my surprise, the train was already filled with people in ...
... I take my place in the queue for the next talk - this one is on the referendum, and a sell-out, so the line has already wrapped itself three quarters of the way round the square. Glimpses of the Georgian buildings beyond the tents are a reminder of the real world outside this sheltered enclosure.
Late in the afternoon I meet a friend for a coffee and a stroll round the grounds of St John's Church, where the ethical 'Just Festival' is taking place. The craft and ...