Scottish rugby, real sport soul

Last Saturday I enjoyed the rugby match between Sheltand and S. Africa. Although the match ended with a devastating result for Scotland which I didn’t like, I liked this email that came to me after the match. I liked the language and I am quoting it here: 

“This is just a quick note to say a big “THANK-YOU” from the Scotland Team for your tremendous support over the last two weekends. These were hard fought games against the best two teams in the world, New Zealand and South Africa. After both games Scotland Head Coach, Andy Robinson, was full of praise for the crowd. He said the noise generated by the 60,000 fans last Saturday as his team were hammering the Springbok line was “just incredible” and many seasoned Scottish Rugby fans said they hadn’t heard the “Murrayfield Roar” as loud as that for some time! Your support was fantastic.

We want to make the matchday experience an enjoyable one for everyone and are continually looking at ways of giving fans more, on and off the pitch. This year we introduced the Family Zone at Murrayfield for families to take part in activities before the games and a Fan zone in Rose Street to give those with a match ticket discounts in bars and restaurants pre and post match.  If you’ve any feedback or ideas please let us know.”


Some info on the event  

Good luck Scotland in the coming matches and thank you Murrayfield for the well-planned event. 




Living in Edinburgh, Scotland is a bless for those who appreciate personal enlightenment.  Many events are taking place year-round and only following these events entitles lots of enjoyment. This week, Edinburgh International Book Fair is taking place on Charlotte Square and I am looking forward to this coming weekend for a whole day visit. As I am planning this visit ahead of time, I stumbled upon this event


Nicholas Carr who wrote some worth-reading books about the IT and the way internet is changing the mind and behaviours is here.

what a catch!!!

tickets reserved and questions prepared. I hope I will enjoy his lecture as much as I enjoyed reading Big Switch.