Hey dear bloggers today was a quite exciting and sad day due to my journey. I had to go back to my country due to the visa renewal,unfortunately when I go back I will go straight to Aberdeen. Which means no more Edinburgh,no more walks around Princess Street or Picnic near the Botanic Centre. Despite the weather I became so attached to this city that I was kind of use to its rainy days.At least I’m use being at home almost every day just waiting for the Sun arrival but then I though ” If I follow this idea I would be spending the rest of my days in my room”…
That is when I decided to buy an umbrella and just go out and have fun. Well let me tell you the umbrella was not such a good idea.No matter the price every time I had one the wind make it so difficult for me to walk with it and sometimes it opened by herself or did not close enough. My umbrella times were just a disaster…So I just prefered to stick with a cap and until now I only have that to protect me. I feel safer and is more comfortable to have around.
Then I just start exploring the city and go out despite the rain.Nothing could stop me as long as I had a cap with me. I won’t forget my adventures with my friends,window shopping around Princess Street or just hanging around the Old Town in the Festival Times and watching the entertainers do their tricks. For example:
For the last day I decided to stop in the Pier and just enjoy the sunny weather for exchange.I was with a friend that I recently met at the gym.Sometimes destiny is a bit harsh I mean I just get to know her and have one company instead of being in the gym classes by myself and now I have to go. At least I hope that distance won’t be an excuse to stop talking with each other.
Lastly we decided to have some cocktails to make a toast for this challenge I’m going to face called “University life”. We talked a lot and finished the night going from pub to pub to appreciate some songs until we decide to stick into one that they were giving free “salsa classes” . I’m glad I could spend my last day enjoying at most the city and even better when I have the company of such a nice friend.