We liked the section of the museum designed for young children the best. You are never too old to play dress up:
On our way to the volcano. Beautiful day.
|But very windy!|
|At the top!|
|We rewarded ourselves after our volcano adventure with hot chocolate from a place called Chocolate Soup. So good!|
|I was enthusiastic about jumping for the camera on this trip. Behind us is a national monument, never completed.|
I liked Edinburgh a lot! The weather was totally sporadic. The sky alternated between pouring down sunshine and pouring down rain. But mostly sunshine. Apparently, fried Mars bars are a "thing" in Edinburgh. So delicious, in a slightly disgusting kind of way. We cooked dinner for ourselves two nights we were there--stir fry. It ended up costing 2 or 3 pounds a person. We also ate at a mosque kitchen twice. The food was delicious, and we got huge platefuls for under five pounds. My favorite part of the trip was definitely the volcano--so exhilarating! The wind at the top was so strong I could hardly stand up, or breathe.