On my second day, I took my breakfast at The Edinburgh Larder near the the High Street Hostel.I ate a porridge wich cost me 3,50$. While I was walking to the Palace of Holyrood I heard people speaking I was a bit confused by some words the common folks were saying like: bairn, bonnie, braw, muckle, kirk (I new that word since I know a bit of German) and so on. After I took my lunch at Café at the Palace and I took what is called the after-noon tea and it cost me 18,75$ to eat and have a delicious tea.Later, I talked to the lady that welcomed me. I asked her what these words meant. She answered me that bairn means child, bonnie means pretty, braw means fine, muckle means big and kirk means church.