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Thu, 04 Feb 2010 22:51:50 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-18163Hey hunnie, sweet website! I genuinely appreciate this post.. I was curious about this for a while now. This cleared a lot up for me! Do you have a rss feed that I can add?
Sun, 07 Dec 2008 12:53:25 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-294Rob is the best Scottish leprechaun ever.
Sun, 30 Nov 2008 04:19:40 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-292We thought it was funny that we were more confused by menus in Scotland than in Spain. We had to get Rob to translate “tatties and neeps.” In the end, we both had the haggis (the pub we were at had a vegetarian version — probably about as close to real haggis as soy to hamburger, but still…). And thanks to your raving about the chippy sauce, I was on the lookout and found fresh chips and chippy sauce at a winter carnival. Thanks for the tip — they were spectacular!
Mon, 17 Nov 2008 00:18:01 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-284Lindsie,
You have such a great way of describing stuff that it makes me feel like I am right there. The story of the dog was truly touching and that just shows that “dog truly is man’s best friend”.
The way you described haggis will many others try it – even if it does look and sound a little gross.
Miss you lots, mom
Sun, 16 Nov 2008 09:54:52 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-282Glad you loved the haggis (how can anyone not enjoy minced sheep’s lungs and heart with oatmeal, boiled inside a sheep’s stomach after all?). Your blog brought me back to the beautiful city of Edinburgh, miss it terribly, although I don’t recall in my Fresher’s Week to have seen men dressed as women (then again, I don’t recall much from that week)
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Sat, 15 Nov 2008 19:01:26 +0000http://www.flashpackingwife.com/edinburgh-scotland/#comment-281The story behind the dog statue is so touching. I actually shed a tear, and had a moment of silence after reading that paragraph.