The Meadows Hotel
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... Even though I loved the atmosphere of the hostel, my favorite part was the location. It is right in the heart of Edinburgh in the Grass Market area. Pubs, stores, museums, coffee shops, and the Edinburgh Castle are all located within a 5-10 minute walk. It definitely made exploring Edinburgh super easy and fun. Once we found the hostel, we checked in, dropped our stuff off, grabbed a quick dinner, went back to hostel, and went ...
... or scrambled eggs, fried tomatoes, hash brown patties like those served at McDonalds. They also served meat haggis, vegetable haggis and black pudding (black is from pig's blood). Both versions of haggis were edible; I could not finish the black pudding. For folks who were concerned about their health hot and cold cereal was provided as well as fresh fruit, and bread and meats with which to make sandwiches.
I have a complaint that goes back to my first ...
... we trekked it up to Calton Hill for a superb view over the city.
Back at our hostel, we had a set of bunks in an 8 bed dorm and shared the room with a lovely couple from Argentina, Facundo and Mel. We exchanged email addresses and will be getting in touch with them when we head over there towards the end of the year. Though they probably won't be back in Argentina by then, they might still be able to sort us out with a place to stay on the family farm. Fellow travelers, we love ...
... months of room mates.
Waitangi Day quickly rolled round in February which we all went off to for the night with high expectations from the year before. It was a little bit **** and definitely did not live up to those expectations due to a few things such as blown speakers downstairs, a very **** dj upstairs and just general dis-organisation. But we had a great time all the same, won a prize and got to drink NZ beers (Jason) and ...
... Europe. So many sights and experiences will not be forgotten anytime soon. I'm sure I'll have many of stories left to tell about my favorite days and stuff I would never do again because of course I can't write it all. The near future of how or when I'll be home is still somewhat unclear, but I'm sure it will be just as much as an adventure as the last 6 weeks. "Every man dies. Not every man really lives." William Wallace, ...