My Edinburgh Life
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... when his theory goes against religion…). I was invited to the evening song starting at 17.00 but needed to get home and start packing for Saturday. Katrin and I had a little movie night after going out to eat for burritos. Laura from work is our personal movie renter; when we return one to her she brings back another one of her recommendations from her collection, free of charge! I went to bed very early on Friday due to the fact that my alarm clocks (I always set two the ...
... most expensive seats did not get a good view. This is why there are no photographs of, for example, the New Zealand Maoris from Friday but there is one from Saturday.
In addition to the massed pipe and drum players recruited from units throughout the Scottish military and from a few other places such as Oman the tattoo features several guest military bands from other nations. At this tattoo these units came from Malta, Singapore, and Trinidad and Tobago. ...
... make your stay better. For example, we have a closet to hang clothes but no drawers to put underwear, socks, sweaters, etc. There also seems to be a lack of electrical outlets for charging camera's and stuff. We are here for five days, so I kinda like to spread out a little and re-organize the suitcases. Sometimes we are rushed and things get messed up a little. Oh well, we will make do. We unpack and take a walk around the neighbourhood. We end up eating at a place called ...
... of the ring. His wife came out of the office to help review paperwork and then one of his sons also came out to make sure David had the right ring fit. The owners other son actually makes the rings and we also got the chance to meet him. It was such a wonderful experience and great to know that David's ring is a handmade piece from Scotland. A work of art that will even have the symbol of Edinburgh engraved ...
... between the fields were ditches and hedgerows, now they become dry stone walls. The further you travel into Co. Galway, the smaller the fields become until you reach Connemara. Here the whole landscape becomes a patchwork of tiny plots of land with the dry stone walls the thread that binds them. It is the same all along the Western seaboard from Donegal in the north to Cork and Kerry in the south. For many visitors to Ireland, their abiding memory of the scenery is not ...