BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel
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... of very old fishing villages along this part of the coast. The streets are narrow and winding, and often cobbled. I'm getting used to driving over the centre line with oncoming traffic, just to get around parked cars. The controls on the Mercedes are different, but I'm gradually getting used to them. The engine stops when the car stops, then starts up when you lift off the brake pedal! A bit disconcerting at busy traffic lights, but the lights here go ...
Second day in Edinburgh
We decided today that we would go on the free 2.5 hour city walk where you just need to tip the guide afterwards. Anyway it was mighty fresh this morning (although the guide was just wearing a tshirt and shorts) but not yet raining thank god! Anyway our guide was amazing! Lets see what i can remember- he talked about Edinburgh wanting to be Athens (even though they had never seen it), the plague and building over the old city (and burying ...
... out! Damn! Will have to come back later in the year! So instead we went back to the Indian place we had gone to with the group the other day, Shamoli. The guys there remembered us, and were super friendly. They were suggesting meals for us to try, and I think we all got what they suggested. Darren and Lyle both asked for hot meals. And they got it. Lyle made it through his, but I think this was the second time in my life I've ever seen something that was too hot for Darren to eat!! ...
... been sick ever since, unable to kick this piece of **** cold or whatever it is living inside my body. On the plus side, I survived 18 days straight in a hostel! Yay for me, never again though. Spend last night in a quiet flat, warm double bed; and no one snoring, *******, stinking, or what ever else you can imagine in a hostel dorm room, I have rid it all. Besides needing pillows and a few more things for the flat, we are all set. ...
... converse. Let's face it, mine were in my luggage, which I sincerely doubt I'll ever see again at this point, and they were on their last legs anyway. Hah. The lady who served me took pity on me and gave me some stockings to wear them with and, feet dry, I joined Stephen to wait for our flight. A snoozy flight back, a remarkably smooth drive back and we were home, where I had a quick shower and crashed.