When one has a sense of humor such as mine, one cannot simply walk by a display such as this. No, one must acquire said item, try it, and blog about it for posterity. Especially when it’s half off, by golly. I mean, could you resist cheap spotted dick? Continue reading
One of the only things I knew about Edinburgh before I landed here was that it has a castle. And indeed it does, way up on a hill in the middle of town. I’d heard it can get quite crowded, being Edinburgh’s most popular tourist attraction, but lucky for us that’s not true on a cold, snowy day in January. Continue reading
Other hit songs of the evening included “I can be your haggis, baby,” “Like a haggis (touched for the very first time),” and the very popular “(can’t read my, can’t read my, can’t a-read-a-my) Haggis Face.” Neeps and tatties* were mentioned in there somewhere, too.
What’s your favorite song about haggis?
* Neeps and tatties = Scottish for parsnips and potatoes, ie, typical accompaniments to haggis.
New year, new place. We’re spending most of January in Scotland, and I couldn’t be more excited. Continue reading
Surprisingly, there isn’t an official fireworks display in Munich for New Year’s, even though it was probably the most fireworks I had ever seen on a single occasion. Continue reading