It’s crazy to think that this time next week there might be four of us! Fingers crossed that will be the case as ever since Saturday I’ve felt so much pressure that it’s difficult to walk and I’m wondering if I’ll make it to the due date (28.10)…Either way, thought I’d do a quick blog about our possibly last Saturday as a family of three!
Just a quick blog before we start watching Game of Thrones! (So sad this is the last season…) The Edinburgh Festival started on Friday, and on Friday night we had tickets for our first show. It was a stand-up comedy show by half British-half Malaysian Phil Wang that was really funny and that I can highly recommend! Hoping I’ll get to see a few more shows still before the Fringe Festival ends…
Last week we visited Dalkeith Country Park; an estate with 1000-acres of farmland and forestry owned by the Duke of Buccleuch. There are walking trails, cycling routes, horse riding, fishing, an adventure park for children and now also a retail and wellness space called the Restoration Yard. Oh and horses, cows and deer!
Get ready for another avalanche of photos from yet another family day trip! This time we got on First Bus 27 that took us to Jupiter Artland in Wilkieston – a huge outdoor park dotted with the most interesting artworks. I was so excited to finally be there as I’ve been wanting to visit for ages!
It’s taken me so long to blog about our visit to the Secret Herb Garden that Lana’s visibly grown since! The Secret Herb Garden is a place where you can buy and learn about herbs, have a coffee and a piece of home made cake and just relax and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
Last Saturday we were out the door just after 10am (!) We walked through Stockbridge to get on a bus that would take us to Gorgie City Farm, tucked in between a busy railway and road in Dalry. I only recently found out about the farm, but immediately thought it was a great idea and somewhere I had to take Lanushka.