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Well today was THE day! The reason why we crossed the ocean to come to this wonderful place, and the saddest we have been to ever finish a round of golf. Today we played the Old Course, at the home of golf, St Andrews! We woke up super excited, so much so I had butterflies in my stomach! Our tee time was at 12:20, and we made our way to the course at 9am... Eager much? We got our bearings, looked through some of the ...
... Angkor; Cambodia and it's friendly natives provided so many memories. Then it
was onto Vietnam, with its crazy road-crossing (just walk in front of traffic,
they'll stop for you), sensational food (I could live on spring rolls quite
contently) and the cheapest beer I've ever had at 10p a cup (tastes better than
Tennents). After a month there, a 21 hour bus ride got me into Laos. The best
way to describe my time here is relaxed. I usually prefer the hustle ...
... up for five sports teams and nine or ten societies so now I have to slowly figure out which ones I am going to cut out so that I can fit in some sleep too this semester!
I had a six hour statistics class last Thursday that somehow flew by thanks to an entertaining professor and new friends. Classes officially started today (Monday) and I was glad that we had had that six hour lecture last week because it meant I had people to sit with instead of quietly ...
... play pattern, the kids and I joined Gill and her brood on Saturday for fun at the New Gilston Gala whilst Alan was away at a stag do. There were races for kids and parents, pet parades, raffles and cakes galore. Winning stickers adorned the chests of all members of the Steven clan so everyone was happy. Another yummy meal followed at Gill's place and the kids, as is now the order of the day, played until they were bundled sleepily into the car. What a busy ...
... Edinburgh from London to officiate the announcement. It was a three days ride. To this day, when a new king or queen is crowned, they still use the Mercat Cross to officially announce it to the city. I love this tradition, even though by then it will have been old news to the people of the country.
James asked for volunteers at the Mercat Cross. Dad, of course, eagerly ran up there. Unbeknownst ...