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Hello all, back on track now, literary as we are winding our way down to London on the Flying Scotsman route, it is a bleak rainy day, it the 1st real rain we have seen on our Journey except for the rain we had in Adelaide on the night we left. Mum is sitting here playing with her hearing aids, as i told her last night i'm not going to repeat myself all the time, lol. We had an extra day up in Inverness, the weather was grand and ...
... park my bag and go out to explore the city a little. I found a place for lunch then wandered around and found the Edinburgh Botanical Garden. What a wonder in the middle of the city. I wished I had been feeling better, because on a normal day I could easily have spent hours there. It is free to the public and covers acres of ground. A groundskeeper told me 52 hectors, he thought. I will have to do that math and get back to you. Anyway, every conceivable type of plant. I ...
... first on what was to be quite a multi stop journey to Edinburgh.
As you drive towards the site at Culloden you go past the battle field to park behind it so you can see the blue and red flags depicting the front lines for each army, they are so close and the battle field looks quite eery, it has a feeling about it you could say. We set off into the site and first you go through the displays which tell each sides ...
... the burden I'll probably use this to reassure them I haven't gotten involved in any trafficking or general 'danger'. If all fails then this will just be an excuse to look busy less foolish with a massive backpack sitting by myself.
My inter-rail ticket arrived yesterday and seems simple enough to use, get on, write some things down on it and ...
... Gogh, Rembrandt, Greco, Monet paintings. After that we walked through the Scottish Writer's Museum and learned more about Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Burns.
My dad was having some extreme back pain so we had to make a side trip to Edinburgh General Hospital today. He is feeling much better and should be able to manage the pain easier throughout the rest of the trip.
While my mom was with my dad at the hospital the sky ...