Annandale Guest House
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With my time in London done, for now, it was time to head north and into Scotland. We checked out of our hostel in Kensington and headed to Kings Cross station for our train to Edinburgh. The train ride took us through some lovely scenery and up to Edinburgh in no time. After some minor stuff arounds at the car hire place we had our keys, our map and we ...
... was good candidate to give blood. While they were setting up the apparatus on my arm, I watched from the corner of my eye a girl sitting at the post-blood-donation snack table faint backwards with her chair flinging back. And that's when my heart started racing. The man taking my blood told me I would be just fine since I had had a big lunch only an hour earlier. And he was right, the blood donation went well, I successfully donated 460mL and happily headed off to ...
... the fairway of the 17th hole, where the story goes: this past weekend a bunch of South Africans sang happy birthday to Rory McIlroy at the Dunhill championship - which the locals claim caused him to lose his concentration, thus dropping his 17th green putt in the sand - he lost by one stroke! (for 500 000 pounds sterling!).
After that we walked off a bit of the half pound of clotted cream we ate ...
... the GBP as currency? A healthy debate continues. The countryside is rural with low hedges, that separate the grain crops from the sheep and cows. Whoops where is Little Bo Peep when we need her, the sheep are in the corn! Hay bales are drying out in preparedness for winter. Newcastle on Tyne - industrial capital of NE. Many industries closed but now has the mint, car building, Vickers military tanks and brewery, which is a heavy brown type and there is a ...
... I also love a comfortable mattress and a clean washroom. A refreshing change from the last couple of days.
I enjoyed my tea, but not for too long, because Donnie was hustling me out to walk to the Old Course of St. Andrews. When I saw it, I kind of wondered what the big deal was -- it's just a really big open field and didn't look all that challenging. Donnie quite scornfully told me that it's where golf started; ...