Murrayfield Park Guest House
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... 4 of the above adjectives must apply before the
weather is truly dreich. And lastly for sure, the words of the Bard on the men being men:
Then let us pray that come it may,
(As come it will for a' that,)
That Sense and Worth, o'er a' the earth,
Shall bear the gree, an' a' that.
For a' that, an' a' that,
It's coming yet for a' that,
That Man to Man, the world o'er,
Shall brothers be for a' that.
For all its length, this train journey only had five stops along the way. Each only lasted a few minutes before the train moved onward. The carriage that I was sitting in turned out to have the cafe at the rear of it, so I was able to grab a toasted ham and cheese sandwich and a cup of tea at about the three hour mark.
While most of the stops were unremarkable, the final stop before Edinburgh was quite different. The town of Berwick-upon-Tweed in ...
... said they weren’t as good as mine!
- Lest we forget.
13 May (Murdoch’s 13th Birthday)
- I went to the local pond again and fed the swans, ducks, some pigeons, etc – the remainder of the grain I had bought a couple of months ago (refer Blogg from 30 March). God the swans are rough! After nudging all the grain out of my cupped-palm, they then ‘pecked’ (more like ‘groped’) my forearm for more! Um, HELLO – I ...
... 500 times better, and you could definitely feel it in the air if you were skeptical. The whole city had that medieval feel; at some points there were no modern buildings in sight, and you could get lost in the architect and towering buildings (after research I found out there is a whole underground vault system so now I obviously have to go back). While walking through the cemetery, we were told the story of Greyfriars Bobby, visited his grave and memorial, ...
... the new town, and up Carlton Hill while holding a large candle on a stick, with about 10 000 others each holding a large candle on a stick...an impressive sight, but an event which I doubt OSH would approve of back home). And so to Hogmanay itself. I joined about 80 000 people from all over the world at the annual Edinburgh street party! Whether Inflicted with the reflective glow of New Year's Eve, or simply reflective of my miserable infliction, I began to contemplate ...