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Up early and catch the bus into the city, then trek up to Edinburgh castle, Very impressive which is just as well as it was a bloody hard slog up the hill to get there!! We do a half hour tour with a castle guide which give you the history overview and showed you where things were, We then spent a couple of hours wandering and exploring the castle, visiting the crown jewels and different parts of the castle, We make our way back ...
... it was exactly what I had in my head without telling her!
After seeing the beautiful flowers I was immediately calm and ready to enjoy the day! We popped open some champagne and enjoyed having some girl time! Thank goodness for some bubbly and a steamer. My mom and sister-in-law were a good sport and were steaming my dress as Kathy was getting her make-up and hair done.
I think most brides feel a since of calmness while they are getting ready and then they slowly ...
... she will still be
there when I get back!!
While I was talking to her, I cooked us a dinner that was ‘lovely’
‘wonderful’ and ‘delicious’. I may as well start my own restaurant now eh? AND I
am now an honorary sister! How cool is that?And then came the drinks. I didn’t have much as I need to be
up at 6:30 for a train. Which shouldn’t be bad as I am usually up at 5, but
given we were still talking at 2…Lisa xo
... but the ones we did see were bloody brilliant!There was another of the doctors there, and also a girl who has used tape wrapped around her head to attach a toilet plunger to her face. A dalek. A very make-shift, but utterly awesome Dalek!Time for another quote, this time one that reminds me of my travels and in some ways makes me think that I have a tiny bit of the Doctor spirit in me:"I know where I am going. I've always known where I am ...
... Very glad when finally a long down hill freewheel into Inverbervie, home of the guy who designed the Cutty Sark. Called at the Co-Op to buy food for tea and some bread - long queue as the locals bought their booze and ciggies for the night -then down to the sea to the campsite - and amazingly other campers with their families here, barbques ready to cook their teas. Lovely to feel comfortable sitting in the tent and not feeling freezing.Not that I wont be requiring a hottie as usual for bed ...