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... had a crescent moon that gave little light. Dry under foot and muggy around us. I reached the old railway line in an hour as I hoped, 6 miles done. It was a gentle plod along here with groups to encourage us a long the way which lifted the spirits. By now we were getting more spread apart and at times I was on my own, I was surprised this had happened so quickly with a field of 193, their highest ever. 10 miles were done in no time but then we had the road for 2 miles to Drymen, ...
... shops admiring their Christmas decorations which seem really strange with it being hot and sunny. Now here is where I was really chuffed with myself. A lady stopped and asked me the way to a certain street and I was actually able to tell her where to go as it was where I had to get the shuttle bus back. She must have thought I was a Kiwi maybe because of my rather fetching attire, a blue and white striped top and white cut offs topped of with my sunnies. I do try to make an effort as ...
... for our gorge walk. We got suited up in our old clothes, waterproof gear, and stylist helmets. We followed our guides about a mile through the fields and up a hill to find the gorge. We walked, splashed, crawled, dunked, jumped, showered, and climbed our way through the gorge. It was the hardest thing so e of the delegates have ever done- their words, not mine. In the end, everyone ...
... we 'shared' with a man who watched us talk as if to say he was interested in what we were saying with wildish eyes, and when he wasn't watching us, he was eating his burger from Burger King. Eventually he got out his phone, dialed a number and started talking in the best Christian Bale Batman voice that I have ever heard, but in a different language (do the Scots have a language besides English?) Exiting the train, we walked back to the apartment and by 9ish, we were home.
... tram !! I love the transportation!!
It's not bad to come to museum sometimes. We can notice something.
Another day, we go to the mountain for training ! Great nature heals our body and mind. After gaining the knowledge and training.
Then I made a new Ninjyutsu !! Symmetric skill. Yey !!
Our trip will continue !
Photos were taken by Anya in Edinburgh.