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... night in the beautiful city. Before I knew it, the next day was time to board the plane again, and head back to my home sweet home in St Andrews, after a wonderful two weeks of traveling to three completely different parts of this continent.
I will keep you posted if anything interesting happens in the next week and a half but if not, I will be back to tell you all about my trip to London in two weeks!
Have a wonderful end of week everyone! xx
... br> weeks, so I'd rather share some of the things that I have learned about both
myself and the world in recent months.
To fill you in briefly, though,
after leaving Thailand I made for Cambodia where I really enjoyed the variety
the country offers. From the sobering experience of Phnom Penh and learning
about the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, to the sandy funhouse that is Koh Rong.
From eco-trekking (yes, that is a thing) in Koh Kong to the amazing temples ...
... I was leaving here without trying it out!)
4) I have gone for a run on West Sands Beach à la 1981 British film Chariots of Fire (minus the inspirational music and the big group people running alongside me).
The last couple days of the week were mainly attending lots of events for various societies and clubs and this weekend there were fairs for both sports team and societies to sign up. ...
... heap. The Royal Highland Show was the next event on our packed itinerary and we spent Friday looking at all the delights on offer before meeting with friends for a few drinks at The Stag - a bar on site. We are simply loving running into old friends and it is like stepping ( stumbling) back in time. Yet again, the kids played themselves into a coma and made new friends. On the heels of a morning visit to St. Andrews and determined to repeat the ...
... looking back at the variances in distance between tee blocks is staggering. The rough is punishing and apparently it was quite sparse compared to Open conditions. Bunkers are horrific and are easily the cause of an additional shot. I played really well and my caddie Robert was great company and offered some great advice. With no wind the course was much easier but even if you navigate to the green they are just as much a challenge. I shot thirteen over but actually had more ...