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... window and since most were drunk, they would get stuck in what their wives would call "a sh*t storm".
Sh*t faced: We use this to describe someone who is very, very drunk. Going off of the story from above, wives would also call their husbands this when they would come home drunk and covered in poo.
Hangover: We all know what this means. This came about when people used to be hung to death for their crimes. Authorities thought doing this on Sunday mornings after ...
... to meet up with some pals we made on the tour. The festival was absolutely packed. We saw some street acts, and went to a free gig (no wonder it was free...pretty ****). We ate lot's as per usual and spent a lot of time all together in the supermarkets, our new friends were just as big fans of supermarkets as we were so it was great. We headed out to Arthur's seat, a peak overlooking the city, didn't realise however how peaky it was. All wearing thongs we did the 'mini-peak' which ...
... why we couldn't find it….it’s a 2 story town and we only had a 2D map!! The way to get down however was a very pebbled side street at what felt like 70 degrees…..trying to get out suitcases down this street was a challenge, but we got there with all 4 wheels in tact.
Checking in to the first hostel of the trip, the room wasn’t a pleasant surprise but had 2 beds so we were happy. Dropping the bags we grabbed our usual tourist items ...
... there are numerous live performances and activities and the
Scottish take every opportunity to pay out the English as has been the
case for centuries.
So we head off down the Royal Mile, visits numerous
churches, interesting buildings, visit a textile mill where Scottish
tartans are being woven, wander the parks and start to head back to our
hotel. Andrew needs a swim, his back is slowly coming good and the exercise helps. ...
Gullane is a sleepy little village just East of Edinburgh and famous for its beautiful location on the Firth of Forth as well as its many golf courses. Those who follow the sport will know that the British Open was just held here a few weeks ago. Over 180,000 fans descended on all the villages around here, completely overwhelming the local populations but unfortunately, not doing much for the local economies as ...