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... as it was quite cold and it was drizzling with rain. It was the last time that we will be trekking to the garage to pick up my coffee before cricket. When we got back to the house I didn't have a chance to sit down and relax. I got everything sorted for cricket and for the going away party and also had to pack my big backpack with all of my clothes, write a letter for the Honeyman's and tidy up the room. I was nearly exhausted before cricket even started. I got down ...
... River and the North Sea bathed in sunshine. We ate the ham and salad rolls on the beachfront and walked on the golf course before calling in at the Ship Inn. It wasn't long before we engaged some locals who were avid Rugby fans. Lyn and Karin browsed in shops while this was happening. We had to drag ourselves away back to Edinburgh where we prepared for an evening outing. We passed a pleasant couple of hours at Le Di-vin wine bar and taxied home for a ...
Sorry for the delay in journal writing but we have had a few busy days. Day 7 was an interesting day apart from the sad goodbye to Natalie after a wonderful stay in Troon. However we were well and truly ready to explore London. Our 5 hour train ride to London was very fast. The country side was spectacular, with green rolling hills, fir trees, hedges and stones for fences. Our first impression ...
Oh Edinburgh, you wonderful wonderful city! I spent the day before yesterday exploring the Old Town of Edinburgh. I walked almost 7 miles just wandering down random streets and seeing everything I could. I took the bus from Heather's flat to the Royal Mile, which is the street that goes from Holyrood palace (where Mary, Queen of Scots lived), all the way up to Edinburgh Castle. On it, there are dozens of tartan shops, and whiskey stores and ...
... lost in the Scotland exhibit of the National Museum (free!) as it had like 5 levels and nooks and crannies. So much to see though, including Dolly, the cloned sheep.
Edinburgh. Military. Tattoo. It was positively amazing. Got to see military from around the world perform, including Malta, Singapore, New Zealand (saw the Haka again...yay!!) and in the pipers there were 2 Canada rows! The ...