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... elated that I was finally heading to the land of castles, folklore, and kilts, and I couldn't wait to get off the plane and begin exploring everything Edinburgh - and the Scottish Highlands - had to offer.
Immediately after checking into our hostel Debbie, my roommate from Amsterdam with whom I was traveling, and I hurried to catch the free walking tour of Edinburgh. We were lucky ...
... crowds all over Edinburgh that are a show unto themselves, Performance art and installations great shows and lots of walking, a few curries and lots of cheap single malt whiskey.
I've gotten to see Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer perform Chap-Hop Superstar,
The Axis of Awesome, Cal Wilson, Lily La Scala's Another F*@%ing Variety Show,
The Late Night "Best of Burlesque", Bacchanalia with Titty Ha Ha,
Ivy Paige: Kiss & Sell, Bob Downe, ...
Today the rain finally hit with a vengeance - but we're oh so thankful it waited until today!!!
We had already chosen a couple of indoor activities in Edinburgh, just in case. The first was called Real Mary's Close (any takers on defining "close"?) This was advertised as a tour of underground old Edinburgh. The city of Edinburgh is divided into "Old Town" and "New Town". The former being pre-1850 - the latter built after that. The "Old Town" was ...
... after a sad goodbye to my mate, Anne, who drove up from her home in Hazel Grove, near Manchester, to spend two nights with me. We had a great time, with lots of laughter, eating and wine! We spent this morning planning our next adventure; to Burma in October 2015. I need to save up some long service leave and, more so, some funds!
The staff at the hotel have been great during my stay, so there were farewells to say there as well. A ...
... within the exit poles. On one side is William Wallace and the other the King.
I've only scratched the surface in what you can see here. Being here 2 days wasn't enough to see everything. It is definitely one place I want to see more of and plan a return trip. Considering my Joshua didn't come with me, it's an excuse to return to show him the amazing city that Edinburgh truly is.
Tomorrow i'm off to St Andrew Golf town on the way to the highlands.