In other news, went to Fife yesterday. It was pretty crazy. The journey, anyway. The case wasn't exactly riveting. But you go over this pretty long bridge near Edinburgh and there's all these old tyme buildings under the bridge. I don't know what they were or are used for. People are taking pictures and shit.
There's a lot of picturesque stuff that one sees while traveling Scotland. I'm not sure if you get this in England. I mean, certainly the train from London to Edinburgh doesn't have any points of interest. And there's nothing worth seeing on any London journey.
But yeah, 320 big ones for that job. Is that $500? No...$413. It's because the pound has fallen, I guess. It used to hover around 1.5 dollars to the pound but currently it's 1.29. Can that make such a huge difference? I guess.
And I have...six more days this month which should all pay about the same. So that's...£2240. And that's just for six days. I can also work for the companies, let's say conservatively one day for each company. That's £100/day so another £800. So £3000 for the month. That's not bad. Not great. I made that working just for the companies but that was five days a week and included transcripts.
Also, I may get short notice jobs.
So yeah. That's alright. £3000 a month means that I can afford a place up to £1000/month. That's basically any one bedroom flat in Edinburgh. You're looking at luxury stuff when you go past £800 or so. Maybe I'll be able to get something nice then.
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