Edinburgh House Hotel
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Grappling with the Spanish language has been a wonderful, vibrant, immersive experience and probably one of the best things about coming to South America. The language barrier is always there, in the background of all my stories and memories, lending a vividness and poignancy to everything I undertake here. Even the simplest language acquires a new depth when filtered through the mind of a foreigner; and so soft, inconsequential moments stand out in my mind ...
... drinking skill.(Although it may be more about the money I payed to do the tasting that provides each person with membership to such a illustrious society). Awesome Scottish hats were purchased after our whiskey tour and probably the only other thing of note apart from grabbing a bit more grub with Jodie was on our shopping trip. We saw a homeless guy with a pretty much flawless business model for busking. He played the music and his beautiful dog held his cap out to ...
... porridge and haggis! However for the most part we mostly had similar versions of the "full Scottish Breakfast" (eggs, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, etc) for the full 2 weeks. Non eggy options were limited.
We had spectacular sunny warm weather in Edinburgh and spent a lot of time walking around the city. We visited Edinburgh Castle, walked the Royal Mile and around the Old Town, strolled around the New Town with its lovely Georgian Houses and ...
... not hearing myself. I can only hear a little residual from the audience. I also have Paul playing guitar in my left ear and just hoping we are together with the cast. This was definitely one of the hardest shows I've had to get through, To add insult to injury, we are supposed to return our equipment to a lower hallway, 4 flights down. However when we return everything there is a show in progress and the back hallway is packed. Usually we can squeeze by, ...
... city of Edinburgh. Upon arrival at our hotel on the outskirts, it looked like just another city to me. We went to eat a not-so-good dinner at a hotel other than the one we were staying at, stood outside waiting and freezing to death, and on the verge of passing out from being so tired. After the barley eaten dinner, our tour guide announced we would all be going on a night walk through the city. Everyone was groaning and complaining as we started off. ...