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Travel Blogs from Edinburgh
Let's start with the lows.
On the Beach by John Osborne.
This was difficult to sit through. I wanted to leave desperately but if I did it would've been really conspicuous and I really didn't want to have to make a scene to get out. I also remembered an interview with Joan Rivers where she said that she will never leave a show out of respect for the performer and because she can always learn something from it. ...
Yesterday We went to Cupar Baptist Church again, then took Aunty Chrys And Uncle Alastair out to lunch. A lovely old black and white pub in Ceres, with scrumptious food. I just had to have the roast, as it was sunday. Jenn tried the scampi, then wished she had been adventurous enough to have had it before. Keith had the 'smokey pot' which was Arbrouth smoked haddock, and Dennis was predictable and had ...
... us later that this mentor of hers had told Erin that she had friends in Edinburgh, but hadn't said who the friends were. When we told him that we were at that church because of Ms Jones's nephew, he said 'Johnny?! I was at his wedding! I think I met this aunt!'
We talked for at least 15-20 minutes. We got our picture taken with him so Erin could send it to 'Beth', and we asked him our burning questions, such as 'what is the procedure for tip around here? 10 or 20 ...
... contrary, I have to eat a lot more than I used to. Plus, I have to eat all these special types of food that stimulate the growth of muscles.
To give you an idea of what I'm going through:
- I have to eat 7 meals a day
- I can't eat bread. Therefore my breakfast consists of porridge and eggs. Every single day.
- On training days, I'm having lunch twice. One of those ...
... hiking is called hill walking, and that if I join the 'hill walking society' I will have a pass to travel all over Scotland to do things like walk on hills, meet Scottish people, and procreate in the Highlands.
Sounds nice, no?
After the orientation, I moved into my flat, and met my three lovely suite mates. There is another girl from the United States, a girl from Canada, and a girl from France. All excellent people. I might even be able ...