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... back at those photos. Standing on top of the monument at the peak was a thrill and it felt like I was flying.
That night I walked down the Royal Mile and began going in and out of the Scottish tourist shops. Every one of them sells thousands of scarves, kilts, blankets, etc., all made out of wool from Scotland (I now have a Scottish Scarf). We decided to call it a night early so that we could catch up with family and sleep.
... telling myself to stop being such a wimp- until I see the same dazed, sick expression on everyone else's faces. We straggle along to a mediocre dinner at a forgettable restaurant, and then climb on the bus for the hour-long trip out to our hotel.
Staying awake is almost impossible, but the countryside rolling past the windows is worth the effort. Once out of the city, the bus rambled through tiny villages with ...
I got a pretty good night's sleep at Sali's place last night, so I'm really thankful that we were able to crash there instead of at Geneva airport. We got up, had some breakfast and then headed to the airport at about 10am.
We got checked in for our flight pretty quickly and then just had to keep an eye on the departures board to see if we'd get out of Switzerland, or be stuck there. A few flights had ...
... until we came across some free parking for the night, it was a lay-by at the side of loch Linahe. I didn't sleep all to well and by 6am was ready for getting up so gave Rich a mild nudge. Once we were ready we were on the road, this time just taking the day as it came with no set plans except stopping off at Sterling Castle. The castle just like Edinburgh was situated atop a mound of rock, very picturesque. It to dated back to around the 12th century and is one of the largest ...
... an English Mile. I ended the day with Pizza Hut and went back to my hostel to do some homework. That night it was also Nadine's birthday so we went out to celebrate with her. It was really fun. We ended up in some tourist trap club that wasn't all that great, but we made it fun anyway. Afterwards we ended up going to the number one club in the city which was also really fun as well.
The next day we rose fairly early to go on a three hour walking tour of ...