On Saturday July 7th I set off to the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh. I had never been that far up North, nor had I ever been to Scotland. As we live quite a way down south, it would take us around 6 hours to get to Edinburgh. We decided to get the 6.19am train, that way we arrived in Edinburgh around 12.30pm and we had the rest of the afternoon to explore our new home for the next few days.
Ever since Harry Potter Studio Tours opened in London I have wanted to go. Admittedly I was late to the Harry Potter band wagon (surprise surprise) but I loved reading the books. So earlier in the year Tom and I booked to go. We were super excited to see the Studio Tour!
I am the most un-spontaneous person, I don’t really ever do things that isn’t planned a little bit in advance. Being spontaneous sort of scares me. I’m not really sure why it scares me, it just does. I guess it’s because I always like to plan what I’m doing or have some sort of idea as to what I’m doing with my day. As much as I love to do new things and break out of my comfort zone, being spontaneous is something that I rarely ever exercise. However yesterday was the exception.