Brae Lodge Guest House
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... the waves ...so we girls headed to the coast to check out "Queenie's " holiday houseboat ..while Rob drove out to St Andrews Golf Course.
Have to say Lizzie doesn't really have the "designer" touch & no one could ever accuse her of being extravagant: furnishings, spaces & fittings are quite austere & I have no idea how Philip fitted into his tiny single bed! However, plenty of bottles of Moët on show so Liz & I have similar tastes ...
We discovered over and over the amazingness of Patisserie Madeline
We partook in Jemma and Walters hugely awaited house warming / summer Braai which consisted of a day of drinking and eating nothing but meat! It was unbelievable, our first braai, where I took an orzo salad and was happy to know it went down a treat in amongst all the meat. We’re talking beef – massive steaks (three could fit on the bbq at a time), ...
... in the complete dark and as we were going down the river, I had something covered in hair slowing graze over me. I was terrified, especially since I have a weird dislike of hair. Overall, I was glad we did the tour but I definitely wasnt prepared.
Thursday morning we decided to climb to the top of Arthur's Seat. The sun was shining by the time we started the hike so we were feeling pretty good. The hike was gorgeous, green everywhere! It was weird to be in the middle of ...
... 500 times better, and you could definitely feel it in the air if you were skeptical. The whole city had that medieval feel; at some points there were no modern buildings in sight, and you could get lost in the architect and towering buildings (after research I found out there is a whole underground vault system so now I obviously have to go back). While walking through the cemetery, we were told the story of Greyfriars Bobby, visited his grave and memorial, ...
... on the grass and mud, nothing hurt or broken, just the pride. Yeh. Continuing on down and stop to take a picture I realise I don't have my camera, it must have called out of my pocket when I slipped over, so of I trek back up the hill asking people if they have see one on the way. Getting back to where I slipped and further up to where I had take the last picture the camera was ...