Royal Overseas League
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... cooked, no Gordon's Food Service like you find at home.
With so much in Edinburgh to see, we woke up early on Friday had our porridge (typical Scottish breakfast) and other delights at the B&B and headed out for a full day. We jumped on the bus and our first stop was the Holyrood House, which is the official residence of the queen in Scotland. Tickets for the tour include an audio guide so we started our tour of the palace and before we ...
... hopefully it will come good in a couple of days. I can't complain as David has already done 2 weeks on his extremely dodgy ankle, which I know is causing him considerable pain on occasion. We both hobble down Granny's steps and manage to stumble into "our local", The Fiddlers Arms, for a well deserved drink. I've acquired a taste for British beer....it is delicious! I'm not sure what it is about it that's so different from Aussie beer but they taste nothing alike. I ...
... physician. Although community pharmacists, known as "chemists" in Ireland, offer many of the same services, they appear to have a less prominent role compared to pharmacists in the United States. The Irish Pharmacy Union is actively working to address this by broadening the scope of practice of pharmacists, and increasing public awareness regarding services that are available. Irish pharmacies are set up similar ...
... elated that I was finally heading to the land of castles, folklore, and kilts, and I couldn't wait to get off the plane and begin exploring everything Edinburgh - and the Scottish Highlands - had to offer.
Immediately after checking into our hostel Debbie, my roommate from Amsterdam with whom I was traveling, and I hurried to catch the free walking tour of Edinburgh. We were lucky ...
Early wake-up, made Sal get up at 4.30 to cook my breakfast on my birthday! haha, whatever. Sorted the hotel, and picked up outside the door at 5.30, off to the airport.
Got signed in all the way through to Edinburgh, only issue is we lost the boarding passes, that created a moment in the line. All good, new passes and we were off for a 12 hour plane flight. Watched the map, they actually went ...