Milton Lea Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... The castle was in an absolute stunning location, right on the edge of the Loch Ness, and the sun came out just as we arrived making it especially scenic. We enjoyed a little tour of the castle and before we knew it, it was time to head back on the bus and head off to our respective locations - my mom was off to Edinburgh to take an early flight the next morning and I was headed home. Such a fun-packed spontaneous trip and priceless quality time with my ...
... and Friday we will walk the coastal trail towards the little fishing villages and then we have a fancy ball in the evening. Lots of fun ahead!!
On Tuesday another excitement of the day was that the blood donation group were at our campus and I decided that it would finally would be the day I would donate blood (assuming I would be eligible). So at 2pm, after class, I headed over to the building where they were all set up. The preliminary step went swimmingly ...
... surrounded by shops and other town buildings, churches, etc. It's not a campus as such for the most part. University students mingle with primary students who are all decked out in their various short pants and uniforms, as well as all the townspeople.
Then we met Emily who had reserved a spot for us at the hotel on "the Old Course" for afternoon High Tea - very fancy! The tea ...
... a ways from the downtown. It reminded me of my Uncle Charlie's house; he used to spend $1000 a summer on annuals because he loved the variety and explosion of colour they provide.
Jim and Margaret welcomed us very warmly and led us up the very steep staircase (not too many pints before coming home!). Do you know what I love when I arrive at a BnB -- all the fixings for tea and a little treat, here a Scottish shortbread ...
... Old Course of St Andrews. With views of the clubhouse and the famous bridge across the 18th hole we wandered through it, noting how simple a course it was. Brushing up on our golf history we checked out the British Golf Museum on the shore front and brought a few souvenirs. However, we couldn't leave this place without buying some clothing from the pro shops there. I must say I am very much looking forward to being able to wear my St Andrews shirt when I return ...