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... slightly eccentric Scot who for the next few hours entertained us with a mix of history and humour. I think one of the highlights was learning the true meaning of ' being **** faced'. Finishing the tour we still had a bit of light left so we headed for Edinburgh's most famous landmark, the Castle. Wandering through the park we managed to get a few snaps in before retreating to a nearby pub to escape the temperature ...
... should be represented. Questions on the night included; should food be labelled better, should older drivers have to sit regular driving tests and have you refashioned any clothes. Garnethill were definitely the most articulate and funny (in my humble opinion) and the adjudicator must of thought so too because they won. It was very exciting to be a part of this fun ...
... be done!
There are points to be scored. there are games to be won.
And the magical things you can do with that ball
will make you the winning-est winner of all.
Fame! You'll be famous as famous can be,
with the whole wide world watching you win on TV.
Except when they don't.
Because, sometimes, they won't.
I'm afraid that some times
you'll play lonely games too.
Games you can't win
'cause you'll play against you.
... Margaret's Chapel, the oldest building in Edinburgh at over 900 years old.
It is the sheer architectural magnificence that pleases us the most. You have to see it to believe it.
It is oh so busy. Noel reckons every tourist in the world is here today but it is the peak tourist season after all. We spent about 2.5 hours walking around the Castle and decided it was time to move onto to what is known as the Royal Mile.
... want to explore the world. The language barriers are going to be fun, but i'm sure we'll manage!
Hey, I'm Shannon.
I was born in Cyprus, moved to England and now live in Scotland (dad was in the army). My family has settled in Inverness, however I study in Edinburgh. I have travelled abroad very little, just France and Majorca for holidays. I ...