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... beyond the 9th hole as he displayed the endemic
youthful traits of blowing his load early and then being put to the sword by
the cavalier McDowell. In advance of that mercy killing, his compatriot Prince
Rory of Ulster was showing no mercy to the USA’s and the Puma brand’s great
hope, Ricky Fowler. In Secretariat like fashion, Prince Rory flew from the gate
and was out of sight by the 9th hole. One of the ...
A very wet day today here in not so sunny Edinburgh. The day started out with me trying to find a cash machine and some twine. It was not as easy as it sounds as 75% of the cash machines were out of order this morning as well as a large veterans parade that was marching through High Street. After searching all over for twine I was able to locate it at a local Pound Savers which is the ...
... we hadn't seen before- all with that same familiar gothic look. We spend a good amount of time relaxing and enjoying the views, laughing, and wishing we had longer on this adventure. From our spot, we noticed a large hill on the right with a bunch of people standing on the very top, and other's climbing down, we realized it was the people from our group on Arthur's Seat. After realizing they were heading down, we also started to head back. We were ...
o Driving on the other side is an adjustment. 90% of the adjustment happens in the first ten minutes. The last 10% is relatively unimportant, but harder; instinctively I would stay on the right in driveways, for instance, when I should tend to the left.
o Many of the roads in the UK are only wide enough for one car. When I say this, I am speaking literally. There is an inch or two of clearance on either side of the car, ...
... people and with them we explored the city and had great fun. I'm not usually one to connect with strangers really fast but I do not regret it this time.
Edinburgh is really nice whatever you like. It has mountains to climb, beaches to visit, historical places and museums to learn something and good and cheap food and pubs. go there. Go there now!
As for me, I now have all my fingers crossed that I'll be accepted and can move ...
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