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... to go. What a beautiful looking course. It is just so green and the fairways are undulating, but seem wide enough but are bordered by long, thick heather and grass etc. There are lots of bunkers, hugely deep bunkers.
After watching three or four groups, mostly with Club-provided caddies, if is time to go back and head off to Edinburgh.
The times just flys and it already 2.00pm. The trip to Edinburgh however is only about 75 ...
... through the streets of
Edinburgh, from the Old town across to Calton Hill finishing with a Fireworks
display, opening the Hogmanay festival. It is a family event filled with street
performers, actors and music. We decided to save our pennies on the candle and
from ruining our clothing with wax and joined the procession to Calton Hill,
great energy around the ...
... around taking in the sights and sounds.
After Dad and Sharon left us for their own trip around Ireland, Wales and southern England we decided that we should book a trip home for 2 weeks in October. This was instead of our originally intended destination of Egypt and a whole lot safer.
It was a major undertaking and we managed to see a lot of people in a short time. We realise that we couldn't see everybody but hope no one ...
... to the mainland. On the way back we stopped at Inverary and Loch Lomond, but nothing compares to Islay. Although the rest and be thankful pass was beautifully spectacular. Back in Edinburgh, getting sorted for the next leg of my holiday, self drive down to Northumberland. Weather a bit warmer ...
... last drop" of beer before they were hanged. We thought it was quite a fitting venue, as despite Tyson being neither a convicted felon, or meeting his impending death, he was travelling to quite a dangerous place so we thought he should be well-prepared just in case.
We had a sleep in on the next day and then decided to go for a jog up to Arthur's Seat, which is a large hill in Holyrood park just down the road from our B&B. As Erin and I were both a little sick still, ...