Another Awesome Summer With Kaplan Edinburgh
Kaplan International College Edinburgh
For the second summer in a row now, Student Tours Scotland has worked alongside Kaplan Edinburgh. I've travelled through on a rush hour train each Wednesday in June, July and August 2013 from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Edinburgh Waverley fighting my way past manic peak hour crazy folk. Believe me, it's insane.
I've taken students to the dizzy heights of Calton Hill and told stories and legends of ancient kings and queens of old; we've delved deep into the Royal Mile and it's hidden secrets with a few tales along the way. We've got lost in the Grassmarket and Old Town discussing ghosts and scary yarns from the past and we've even chatted about Nessie and her tea habits while strolling along the Water of Leith Walkway to Dean Village.
Edinburgh tears me apart. A huge part of me hates it, since I'm from Glasgow, but another part of me has fallen in love with it. It's got a great history. The students who study at Kaplan Edinburgh are very lucky. Kaplan International College and it's awesome team (especially Mike, Ezgi, Marni and Jeremy) are fantastic. We had students from all over the world on the tours this year. I hope you all remember the tales I told!
Anyway, here's to the summer of 2013! Long may it last into September!
Posted on 29th August 2013 : permalink