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... a woman that was renting out a bedroom and bathroom in her apartment that fit 3 people comfortably. What a luxury it was to head home to a real apartment every day rather that a bunk bed in a hostel. Upon our arrival, the woman was incredibly welcoming and helped us get oriented and we then headed out to explore the city. We made our way to a famous amusement park in the centre of the city, Tivoli, that conveniently was having it's official opening of the summer season ...
... potholes the size of craters, I
looked down to see the bus was about a foot away from the edge of a cliff. At
this point, I prayed there wouldn't be any particularly strong gusts of wind
that could have sent us tumbling a long way down. So while on night buses you
knew this was happening, there was a feeling of what you couldn't see couldn't
hurt you, plus as mentioned earlier, it's best not to question.
7. It's a small world after all.
... alarm going off constantly telling me I havent done things I have forgotten to do...so as per..mega stress.
OK I said ...I've had it...leave phone and go have a coffee...decide to treat myself to a beautiful hippy watch band. Now I know all my credit cards are in my body travel wallet so I grab that and leave my flat. OMG thankyou Goddess of Retail Therapy...all my credit/money cards were still in ...
Train to Edinburgh via Carlisle, which is a delightful journey through fields over bridges following the River Eden.Warm in Edinburgh as we find our Cityroomz in a handy spot, and take a walk along Princes Road; everyone is out in the sunshine, ...
... Jamie took on from there onwards.
What a tour we had... awesome would be an understatement.. especially made interesting by the extremely funny Jamie with his witty and timely jokes, philosophical at times too...
Along with the scenic beauty, captivating our senses, we were also given insight into the history and culture of the Scottish people. Plenty of stops in small villages (Dunkeld, Piltochry, Killin etc.,) to relax our ...