One of the things that I find weird about Scotland isn’t the accent or the fact it is a million (400ish) miles away, their £10 note.
Just before we set off from our hotel to get the train back down South, I got some cash just in case the train didn’t accept cards (like it didn’t on the way up). And what should the machine give me, but two Scottish £10 notes.
I’m confused as to why so many places outside of Scotland don’t accept them, as they’re legal tender. So what’s the problem?!
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