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... up this week's car - a Vauxhall (Holden) Astra - so not as much room as the car we had in Ireland. Slow drive then up the coastal road from Edinburgh to St Andrews which included a trip over the Forth Bridge. Arrived here around 6pm and headed down to the Old Course to take some photos. Took a number of photos around the 1st and 18th ...
... to stick to just one.
It was odd sitting so near a kitchen and hearing (as we did) Australian accents in the kitchen. No, it did not make me want to rethink my career.
After dinner, we headed back to the hotel (despite the boys saying they would come to the bar with me for a drink before bed!) and I had another hot shower.
I've just time to finish this entry before taking another shower and heading for bed.
... ruins Yet graves were marked quite late As far from seventeen hundreds Through to twenty zero eight Along a short walk further Was the castle like formation A story book of history's plot The tale of reformation A bottle dungeon prison Was cut through solid rocks A dank and airless hole in ground Where once was kept John Knox There were sieging tunnels underground Outsiders hacking ...
... the water is so soft.
There are often baths - in the case of our flat, for example. But the hot water for the bath comes from a separate geyser, some distance away from the bath, and it has cooled to lukewarm by the time it reaches the bath via some elaborate system of pipes left over from the Romans (or Picts, if north of Hadrian's Wall); also, in our flat, there was something very strange about the drainage and the bath drain had the most immense difficulty ...
... golf course in the wet mist, and finally out onto the road, to a bus stop, where the next bus ("Sunday service") would come in an hour, and so all the way back to St Andrews on the main road, being passed by hoons out in their souped up hot-rods.
And to the supermarket, to buy heavy groceries, and sadly home to wash our filthy clothes. I ask myself how it is that the Fife Coastal Path is one of "The Great Scottish Walks."