Edinburgh: Sir Walter Scott

Good afternoon, my dearest readers! How are you today? How was your weekend? Well, here it is! The last post about my literary trip through Edinburgh. You may notice that Sir Walter Scott is in today’s title. Scott is probably the most renowned author in all of Scotland, but before we talk about his legacy andSigue leyendo «Edinburgh: Sir Walter Scott»

Edinburgh: Eat, Drink, Read

Good morning, my dearest readers! How are you today? How was your weekend? So I’m home for the semester holidays, which means I’ve been busy eating tacos and getting in touch with old friends. However, I’m not quite done with university stuff; I still have to write a term paper and I still need to studySigue leyendo «Edinburgh: Eat, Drink, Read»

Edinburgh: Detectives and Pirates

Here are some of the things I learned about Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh takes its status as the City of Literature very seriously. The weather is quite depressing. The coffee is ridiculously expensive. August, being the month of festivals, is perhaps not the best time of the year to walk around because it’s so full thatSigue leyendo «Edinburgh: Detectives and Pirates»