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Keep On Walking In Edinburgh To Kill The Pain

I am putting most of my pictures here in my blog... just in case, I lose my folder, I still have my pictures in my blog, right? Sort of a "Back-up Plan", one of my friends used to say and now I am following it... :)

Continuing our walk in Edinburgh town before the shops are closed for the day...  I was not feeling very well on this day but despite the "pain", I still carry on walking...(if I stop, the pain will come back so I rather walk... till energy turns flat)... Ok, in case you all still wondering what "pain" I have, it is something to do with ladies'... so ladies, if you want to know, let me know through email..... hahahaa...
Behind us is a monument....
Scott Monument
Here I am lifting up my hands...
but with invisible fingers...
Along the main road....
 Ok... time to go back to rest our weary legs...
It was a 15 minutes walk back to the guest house...

Comments

  1. I simply love all those lovely views..

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  2. Third picture is my favorite! You are brave, carry on and still manage to have a great vacation in spite of pain.

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  3. Ahhhhh!!!! Finally! People! Vehicles! Buses!!!! All the places in your earlier posts look so deserted...like they've evacuated and run somewhere.

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  4. This place seems more lively with people, buses and cars. Love all the lovely pix with beautiful buildings.

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  5. i really could feel the cold breeze of air there huh,
    anyway scott monument looks cool

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  6. aiyo...use dropbox to backup your pixs la...

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  7. Very nice place....
    Hope I could go for a long holiday soon

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  8. wei wei wie....you putting all photos here but make sure do blog back up ahhhh...

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  9. Those pictures remind me of Edinburgh. Nice place with all the castles and those ghost stories!

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  10. Very nice walk. Looks very cooling too. Did you see the cuckoo floral clock at the park?

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