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Thought I'd share a couple of pics...
Huge one purchased at the shop this week! No, not you Dave! 75kg Halibut!
Massive thanks for Auntie Suzanne for my B'day/Xmas present - hand made quilted bag. Maybe you and Judy need to get together!
Well it is late at night.
Gigi, Lindsay and Jessie are at the Dining table with Steve.
We are all preparing to go in the morning.
Cleaning apartments and packing.
I am busy making London plans and looking at the tube maps so that
we have an easy transition into London.
I have arranged for taxis for the Viewcraig apt and the Georges IV apt and we are due to get to Waverly Station at 7:30am to board the 8:30am train ...
... a must see and if we had time could have stayed for many more hours! The roof top had amazing views of the city For dinner (after asking directions from a local pun) we went to Ting Thia Caravan, a restaurant that Natalie from the plane had recommended. What a treat! Delicious well priced food and we got to people watch all of the graduates at their convocation from the university across the street. To work off the delicious food we walked through ...
... of our group did a pub crawl that evening (I actually opted out...yep, I am just as surprised as you are) but three other girls and myself went out to get margaritas and piña coladas instead. Sunday morning was Easter and my favorite day of the trip. To start my morning, I went on a solo run to Holyrood Park and hiked up to Arthur's Seat. The last time I went hiking was several years ago with my family as a kid and I cannot believe how much I enjoyed it. I ...
... shops selling authentic tartan with bagpipe music blaring from them. When I first arrived in the UK I had thought I would be seeing lots of pale under sunned people, however it would seem the magic of fake tan has been discovered by the locals, mainly the females. I keep making little gasping noises as the next young lady with a slight orange tinge goes past me. A full day of Edinburghing for tomorrow, I might even buy an 'I Love Scotland' shirt from one of the bagpipe playing ...