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... annoyed when I rang before so Adam will pop down and meet you". I give David the death stare and relay the conversation.
"I wasn't annoyed."
"Oh really...so she has just pulled her husband out of work and made all these arrangements cause you were so nice to her on the phone I suppose?"
No comment from my husband. "Can we get that food to go now please?"
We get back in the car and drive to the apartment and Adam is ...
... and the exterior of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, didn't go in though. Then walked up a path near Holyrood (sailsbury craigs) for a good view of the city. Came back down, ate small dinner at hostel, went on evening "dark side" tour, which went through cemeteries, back alleys, ect. Learned about various murderers, bands of theives, cannibals, ect. In the late 18th and 19th centuries, the University of Edinburgh's medical department needed bodies ...
... his train. Each time he would look up see the time and down his pint of beer. He had been doing most of the talking and not much drinking. He was just getting carried away in the conversation he would loose track of time. He did this twice. The second time we ended up having to go so we don't know if he came back a third time or if he actually made it to his time in time. For the first couple of days Sonya stayed down in London to catch up with friends so it was just the 3 of us. ...
... there were ten of them running at the same time, and each one is just a bit bigger as well.) We were standing in front of the box office and approached by a spruiker handing out free tickets. (Yup, lots of free tickets during previews, I think it's because they want a full house. 1. To get a proper feel for their material. 2. To get a buzz going.)
The free tickets were for Marlon Davis. He's a funny guy, the material was decent and so was the delivery, ...
... Kaunas airport to much fanfare and applause (yay, Ryanair!). On the other side of passport control & baggage collection we met the hostel owner who was waiting with a sign to collect us. Stepping outside the airport the heat hit us and we reached for the sunglasses. The journey to the hostel was quick and the owner very friendly and helpful. He told us that there's a festival on in Kaunas this weekend which we were unaware of and headed straight to ...