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... that you feel alone in the crowd of people. Big mega-cities like London and Tokyo become very impersonal, and the first thing to go is the little eye-contact connections you make with people passing on the street. There is a loneliness in these big cities, and I loved Tokyo for that, but you'll never fall in love with a stranger while walking through the bustle to the station in London like you could on Melbourne or Edinburgh. Edinburgh is also very ...
... br> Onward up many
a frightening creek,
though your arms may get sore
and your sneakers may leak.
On and on you will hike
and I know you'll hike far
and face up to your problems
whatever they are.
You'll get mixed up, of course,
as you already know.
You'll get mixed up
with many strange birds as you go.
So be sure when you step.
Step with care and great tact
and remember that Life's
a Great Balancing ...
... m just my normal self around dogs – bubbly and lively and with a squeaky voice. And it seems to be working. Stockbridge Dog Whisperer – here I come!
- Hanging out for a Sunday lunch with the boys on 13th July! They want to go to the Hard Rock Cafe! I have been already. It was ok but they love it. Apparently between the both of them they can eat heaps so will be interesting to see. Gary – the Manager – is currently on hols for 2 weeks with ...
... are bag pipers, dancers, fireworks, etc. And I'm pretty sure every Scottish person in the crowd (men included) were wearing their kilts. In fact, they were wearing their kilts all day! The crowd gets so into the games, you can't help but want to watch, and want to know what is going on during the game. I find it quite interesting how even with 15 people per side on the field at once, everyone has such an important role to play. And each position requires ...
Booked in to our Georgian Period hotel with massive 18 ft ceilings and a good view over the city. A stroll around town took us up to Edinburgh Castle and then through the old town. After a tasty Indian meal we dropped in to "The Stand" comedy club where, for £2 we were entertained by some *****, and some fantastic ...