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... was no audio guide and only 2 information posters around the whole castle. To top it all off, the wind was blowing so hard it was hard to walk. We stayed there for about 1.5 hours and then called a cab to pick us up because there was no visitors centre or museum. It was really cool but needed more information. After we took 2 trains to get to Stirling castle. This was much better and there was tons of info posters. We hiked about 15 mins up a hill in the rain ...
... and abrasive). The ceremony started with a bang as three people accidentally set themselves on fire before the ceremony started by sitting too close to the pretty candles lining the aisle. Two of the three were men in kilts incidentally... Despite the smell of burning hair and mild panic in the room. Our friends looked gorgeous and happy, it was a great ceremony. Wayne did a lovely reading that he'd found after scouring the internet ...
... is black pudding.
- tried my first "Irn Bru" a soft-drink made in Glasgow - smells like Lucozade - tastes like that with a bit of Tonic Water mixed in - oh yeah, also has quinine in it!
- had my second Yorkshire Pudding
- Went to Zara again. Wonderful they change their collection(s) to suit the climate and the country
- experienced a "refreshing" Scottish Autumn ...
... the view was awesome. Ate my apple, chatted and took photos. Then I decided I would climb the other one. The other girls didn't want to so I carried on. Took me about 15min to get to the first bit. Took photos there and it was crazy windy and you could see the threatening clouds so went into the grass and room photos before going the left hand side hill and took more photos before finishing with Arthur's seat. It was so cool.
Took lots of ...
... to convince you to see a Fringe show. Edinburgh has their Mad August rather than Mad March that Adelaide has but what is noticeably different is how much more the city takes on the event and creates an atmosphere of entertainment and fun day and night.
Continuing down the Royal mile we stopped for lunch and some great soup before taking in the People's Story which was a great little exhibition of explaining Edinburgh life over the last 300 years.