So that's what I'm going to do. About half my work comes from Edinburgh anyway. So I imagine that I should get even more work there once I move because I'll be local and they won't have to pay for transport.
That'll be sweet. More expensive in Edinburgh but I really don't think that I'll be in Scotland much longer because this job will end any day now so it will be nice to see another part of the country. Not that I do much exploring of the city but I guess I saw a lot with my lady friend.
It may also put me in a better area for work because there might be more courts around there and/or better transport links. I don't know.
But yeah, that's good. Ten years in London, two years in Glasgow, maybe a year in Edinburgh. That's pretty solid. Can legitimately tell people that I saw the country. Not just London but the whole crappy country. Those three cities at least.
Let's see what kind of prices we have. Seem to be a lot of £600-700. Some a bit lower. A lot quite a bit higher.
Let me check near the court. £900. Yeah. That's a lot. Here's one for £730 that looks like shit. £700 above a store. Looks pretty bad. Shower room. That's always a bad sign. A lot of student accomodation in this area.
Well, I'm sure I can find something. There's a lot of properties in the area in the £700 range. That's what I paid in London. And I should be making more money here. I can always do jobs for the companies to make extra money.
Also, I was way out in the sticks in London. This is £700 for Ye Old Town Edinburgh.
So yeah. It's exciting. Fuck these scumbag landlords trying to use me as a cash cow (more than they already have been).
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