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... It was so much fun!! But super sweaty. Next the haggis was piped in, we all stood in a big circle and the did a speech in Gaelic to the haggiss then cut it with a sword. They then carried it last us all so we could smell it. We then ate haggis neeps and tatties for dinner which was actually very nice! We did much more dancing after, but we had to go and cool off after most dances. At the end we just walked home and went to ...
... very beautiful.
Overall, I loved Scotland. The people were delightful, and I found the accents absolutely adorable. We made some Scottish friends one night (wearing kilts no less), but everywhere we went, people were warm and cheerful. The city was beautiful as well, with plenty to see and do, and I felt like I was visiting distant cousins. Anytime I visit an English-speaking country, I feel like we’re kind of related. And I suppose we are kind of, very ...
... venues, events do not cancel because of weather. Therefore if you do not show up it is considered bad form. We have another Zoo performance on Tuesday that the Zoo may cancel on us if we do not show up for the Sat performance. I decided to postpone my decision till after the performance. Once we had finished, I looked outside and just decided to cancel on the Zoo, as I was concerned about the kids health.
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... photos with some amazing scenery. My favourite place was driving through Glen Coe, with massive rock cliffs on either side. The photos just don't do it justice! The temperature was about 24degrees in the sun- perfectly clear skies, and all the locals were outside enjoying their annual day of sun, but still complaining that it was 'too hot'. We stopped again for a free sample of whisky, and to take photos of the oldest cow in Scotland (Hairy Coo, Hamish!) and got back ...