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... 8 "haggis nuggets". They were battered, but we thought we'd get the idea of general haggisicity. We asked about Mars bars, and the girl said they could deep-fry any chocolate bar we wanted, so we took her up on it. We got a Mars bar and a Bounty bar, battered and deep-fried. And we took it all home (along with the rest of our dinner) and it was good. All of it. The haggis was very tasty, and a good smooth texture. I thought it might be a ...
... to deal
with a knowledgeable but partisan crowd is to get involved with them. None but
Bubba Watson seemed to get this. Amidst the raucous first tee crowd he
encouraged their euphoria and drove off amidst a tumult of noise garnering
great appreciation and respect from the crowd. Thanks Bubba for adding colour
to your USA team. Appreciation and respect was not something that the portly
Patrick Reed was engendering as he holed his putt on the ...
... but they don't even let visitors on without special arrangements. I think the best part was turning up and there being a huge range and chipping green with perfect pyramids of balls everywhere. Free! Hit a lot of balls... the golf was pretty good too. And then a few pints in the old clubhouse of course.
Those two weeks went pretty fast as can be imagined. Richie arrived on the Friday before I took off to Corfu for one big last weekend with Jason. ...
... deserved feed at Wetherspoons (our new found fav eating place….and there went our healthy day….) and ciders back at the hostel in the Belushi's bar where we watched Argentina play *****ia in the World Cup. Chris and Chanel had a quiet night in of movies, while Phil and I decided to get our money's worth with our pubcrawl wristbands and headed out for another night on the town….. The cafe with a view- Thursday 26th June Last day in Edinburgh. ...
... 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, ...
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