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... were being displayed on screens either side of the stage. We soon felt like we were at a tennis match, looking up to the subtitles to discover the plot before enjoying the Italian lyrics being sung beautifully in front of us.
Siddhartha is a little different to most musicals in that it began as an inmate rehabilitation program in Milan’s Maximum Security Prison.
The Opera Jail conducts musical workshops, aiming ...
... artwork, which most was very impressive. Edinburgh is a beautiful city. With some difficulty we climbed the remains of a temple which stood atop the hill and got a view of our next daunting task, Arthur's Seat.
Arthur's seat is a mountain which overlooks all of Edinburgh, and is situated in the area of Holyrood next to the Queen's Edinburgh residence. After looking at the paths, we chose the path ...
... no place local for touring campers so had move on further afield. The lady was more than helpful and gave us a list of sites that were within 6 - 15 mile Rich chose and phoned a site called Golden Sands Holiday Park, they had room, were reasonably priced so off we went. We arrived and paid for one night, found our given lot and was quite pleased as we were next to the sea. You could hear the waves and smell the sea air..lovely. We had a little walk round and found a game room, ...
... 4 am and I have felt a lot better in my life... But it was a lot of fun :). The next day we had a more lazy day, we went to the "new town" area of Edinburgh, went back to the castle to get a better view, and ended with supper at wagamama! We met up with Andreas friends she had met while travelling New Zealand awhile ago! It was really lovely. We had to leave for Inverness today so we had a little time in the morning! We checked ...
... spearheading the establishment of US National Parks (including Yosemite), the inspiration for the founding of the Sierra Club and a mentor to President Roosevelt on the essential need to preserve wilderness for the benefit of all humanity. The little town of Dunbar has done a marvelous job of preserving his humble birth home and telling his inspiring story. Well worth a return visit when my American family arrive next week.