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... bus tour departing at 8am and arriving back at 8pm. During the 12 hours, I would be making a circle around the perimeters of Scotland stopping at places called Glencoe, Loch Ness, and the Highlands. It was a chilly morning and I could see my breath as I walked down the cobble stone road called The Royal Mile. I had accidentally passed up the tour place and felt a sting of panic, thinking of how awful it would be to miss the bus. I came across it eventually and made it with ...
Today, I attended a Mormon church. I encountered a lot of American members, due to them going on holiday, being missionaries, or studying abroad. They were very welcoming. I went to the Young Women's meeting and there were only a few members there. But I was invited to Family Home Evening as a result of attendance. This is exciting because I can get a better feel for the culture as I dive more into the ...
... made friends with 2 local Scottish chaps on the way and they wanted to come with us for a beer. They looked like an odd pair. One of them was dressed in a suit and tie and the other in a t-shirt, shorts and sneakers and they were already pretty hammered. Part of me wanted to ditch them but part of me thought they'd be good for a laugh so we brought them along with us to check out the gig. Matt Dunn was the artist's name and he was awesome. His musicality combined with his wit made ...
... mist and eventually light rain. It was disappointing as it is a magnificent place for the photos however we preserved and managed to see all of the various buildings and displays and got some reasonable photos. Me who scoffed at Narelle, horrified that she was taking a beanie, hot footed it to the first shop when we left the Castle to buy 1 for myself. Thank heavens, as we were very wet by the time we made it home this ...
... found it so hard to read while the bus was bouncing down the road. We finally arrived in Edinburgh at about 8pm, when it was pitch black.
We were a little lost, a little tired, and very cold. We knew that our hostel was right near the Castle, so we headed that way. This was our first encounter with how hilly Edinburgh was. Every street was a different elevation. After a little debate about which road to take, we finally figured out about where we were and we stumbled ...