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... and South Bridge. The castle itself is incredible - constructed on a volcanic core shaped more like a haphazard fortress than a classic castle. A stroll down Royal Mile saw us observe three weddings, and statues of the icons of Scottish philosophy, Hume and Adam Smith. We also saw what is probably the best human statue we have ever seen...with him sitting in midair. We were also forced to encounter the new Scottish ...
First of all I'd wish to say sorry to my share of loyal fans who couldn't wait for a new blog entry. As it occurs to a lot of famous writers in literature, I had to conquer a writer's block the past couple of days as well. Anyway, let's start off where I ended ...
... I managed to make it through my first week at work. Yeey! My boss even seems to be satisfied with my work. Who'd ...
... to take in a little Scottish culture: a Literary Pub Crawl! I have taken up with a trio of pub crawlers over several evenings to discuss single malt and theology. So the four of us enjoyed the work of a pair of playwright/actors who dialogued the high and low, dark and light literary history of Edinburgh in four acts,trailing about 20 of us around the OldTown through 4 pubs. what a HOOT. ...
... to the top to get some
great views of the old town and the new town.
By the time I got back down, I was tired but I
slowly walked back to the royal mile and had a drink in a pub, before
heading to Mary kings close for a tour.
Between the pub and the tour I came across this
magician who had drawn a crowed before him, so I stopped and watched
a bit before heading on the tour.
The tour was of Mary kings close, which is now
an underground ...
... the Meldon Hills. We descended down to the road and met Chris for lunch. Moving on, we took a superb forest track past Green Knowe and onto the remote settlement of Harehope. Continuing up through the forest we made out to open moorland again and the route took us down into a remote hidden valley with no access by roads.
It was unbelievable to see, as we started to ascend out of the valley a bench seat which had been placed in a ...