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... on the power and braking which makes her great for wet icy conditions. Just sitting riding her gently through the mountains is just so relaxing as her V-twin engine just purrs along without any hassle.
Next May I have more time to go and explore the world but so far I am rather undecided exactly where me and my bike will head. I might head once again to Norway or even Spain and Portugal but only time will tell.
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... Richard was a charming Black Finnish. He said that he thought I looked Finnish when he saw me first walk in the bar. He insisted that I was messing with him, because my name sounded Finnish as well.
With all the international faces that I have been seeing and trying to identify their ethnicity, this made me question what ethnicity appears to be. Well I guess Finnish might be on the list. lol
I, then, met a guy from Pakistan that studied at Robert Gordon University, ...
... when it considered itself the Athens of the United Kingdom in the 1800's. Now when the funds ran out Edinburgh was offered a lifeline and some money to finish the building by Glasgow. Now the city wasn't about to take petty help from their lesser's so the structure remains. We make our way to our free walking tour and get some baked potatoes for a late lunch.
Our "free" tour of the city starts and shows us just a hint of the seedy underbelly that is to come ...
... to go up to Lochness for the day however it was going to be 4.5 hours driving each way for only 1.5 hours at Lochness itself so we thought it wasn't worth it. It was nice to just spend time walking around Edinburgh and watching the locals play their bagpipes on the streets etc. We found the Elephant cafe where JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter and walking around the streets you could just feel where she got her ideas from with the skinny alleys, stone castles ...
... weather and a perfect setting for reflection, clearing my head and making some decisions. Hard to believe it will be September in a week and I will have been away for 4 months. I miss my family and all my lovely friends those that make me laugh, make me cry, hug me, love me and support me. However it is not time to return yet.
"Do the very best you can until you know better, but then when you know better, do better."