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... it feels as if it has gone in a flash.
Arriving on the train and emerging to see the beauty of the old town for the first time and shaking my head thinking: 'I'm living HERE!'. Changes into rushing around running errands, dodging tourists and not even noticing the architecture.
I remember searching out and starting a new job, not sure of anything. Now finishing my last day feeling like it's a 2nd home.
... flight...and luggage...arrives home!).
But anyway, here's how my last day went: unfortunately I slept terribly, haha, the walls in the hostel in Ullapool were so thin you could hear and feel everything. My room did have a great view over the harbour though so I can't complain too much! I am looking forward to getting a good night's sleep at home though! It was a bit overcast for most of the day today, but no rain, so that was nice. Our main ...
Craziest day in Europe so far! Today was interesting to say the least. We had a guest speaker in our class and he was amazing. So funny and so informative about how things work in Scotland. Later we went to Edinburgh looking for some clubs. Turns out the clubs don't get exciting until late and even at 1 am they aren't that great on a Wednesday night. So as we're about to get on our bus these Irish guys stop to talk ...
... dinner, and have another pint in another club and watch some soccer. Sorry, Football. Fairly productive day really!
Missed the bus back to the trainstation, so missed the train, 1 hours wait at the train station. Lucky I had my super duper ebook reader with me! That thing has been awesome!
Not much sleep again. Snoring *******.
Woke up in the morning, and there's a guy in my room in a towel. I didn't even have the energy to have a ...
... We elected to "hop off" at Edinburgh Castle as we intended to spend our morning exploring this historic fortress.
The Edinburgh castle is situated atop an ancient volcano in the middle of the city. You really can't miss it. It served as both a royal residence and military stronghold over the centuries, with the first human settlement dating back to the Bronze Age (3000 years ago). We opted for a brief guided tour, and a strapping Scot ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsDalkeith Guest House
The Dalkeith House is beautiful with a great location near Edinburgh, my only complaint is that my room is freezing. Other than that, so far so good :).
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