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... New Zealand, Australia, Thailand and Borneo with transits in Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.
So we start on the 6th January 2015 when we leave Edinburgh for Gatwick Airport (splashing out on a Premier Inn overnight stay at the Airport.) The next morning we leave for Las Vegas on a Virgin flight.
We will be visiting the Warren/Allin relatives in Vancouver ...
... morning so Kate and I met her for breaky to spend some money that their brother Scott and his girlfriend K2 had given us for xmas.
Later that day we decided we had better do some more sightseeing so we headed up to the Castle for opening at 11 to avoid the crowds. The castle was nothing like Glen remembered (in fact he didn't remember much). The castle was very cool and we learn lots from our audio tour (There was even a dog cemetery right at the top).
... her into Hotel Frederick St's exclusive lounge suite (always available if you're in the area!) and by this stage Jason had arrived back home from work with some local beers and not so local wines for us to start with! It was so amazing to see her and hear about her extensive travel and bits and bobs that have been happening back in NZ. It really doesn't compare to emails. It was all so very exciting so we went out for some TexMex food at a place ...
Today we are taking a nice walk on the John Muir Way as suggested by our friendly campsite owner. A lovely walk along the coast for about 7 miles. The plan is to catch the bus back. Our walk begins at Aberlady Nature Reserve. The tide is going out and it looks like a giant mud flat - not particularly pretty in itself but rich in bird life. We walk across the wooden bridge and see some Sanderling which Ian has identified ...
... so early we had time to go look at more of the Fringe festival acts on The Royal Mile. We joined an immense cue about 7-50pm for a 9 pm start. Good seats... AND THE ALL-DAY FOG LIFTED! just as the tattoo started. The Tattoo was really good with images projected onto the castle walls Fires lit along wall tops. It finished about 10:45 and we eventually made our way back to our bus. Very tired but it was a terrific day.