Annandale Guest House
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... so student athletes can head over to their respective sport teams. And the evenings are unofficially team socials so teams either have low key get-togethers or bigger events. Though seasons haven't started yet, last week, teams started to have Wednesday evening socials so the rowing team had big get-together at one of the team member's flat which was a blast!
One of the random details that has made a significant influence on the incredible experience I have had so ...
... Patrick Hamilton is always watching over the Uni. Oh, and I almost forgot the superstition! Students who are attending St. Andrews University do not walk or step on the bricks that make out Patrick Hamilton's initials for fear of failing their exams and not graduating from the school. Just as Calum had finished telling us this story, an Americal gal (who must have just graduated) came upon the brick initials and I overheard her say to her friend, ...
... fancy halls and myriad servants, but somehow the Scots seem to be quieter and more restrained.
There also seems to be a different attitude to service, though the staff at Kible College were attentive, shop keepers and barmaids in Oxford were brusque compared to their Scottish counterparts.
One surprising difference between the two towns is access to the countryside. There seem to be ...
... Championship which is co-hosted with Carnoustie and the Old Course. The pictures of this course are startling and Chris and I hoped for weeks that we would be able to see it in its best light. We were so blessed we had a warm and very sunny afternoon and the sights were amazing and hopefully the photos show off this marvel.
Situated ten minutes south of St Andrew's it runs across the coastline taking in the stunning shoreline and rolling hills. The weather was ...
Ok, so we discovered that the White Hart isn't by any means all bad! Both actually slept very well and enjoyed a bit of a lie in. Breakfast in the hotel was a touch chaotic, but perfectly fine. We then set out to explore the hotel and transfer photos out of the camera onto the computer.
By this time the murk was finally started to lift, so we ventured out in search of a laundry, eventually being directed back to our own hotel who were more than happy to help!