Annandale Guest House
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Looking back at the week that has just passed, I feel as though my life has made a complete 360 degree flip since last year. This year has taught me to put myself out there and sign up for things I have never tried with people I have never met, it has taught me how to stride outside my comfort zone with a smile on my face and has taught me to what extent a laugh can be contagious. I have spent this past week meeting dozens of new people through hiking ...
... Quite a bit cooler here compared to Ireland. Our guest house accommodation is very good, and the old pub around the corner serves up a nice dinner. The owner of the guest house assured me that I would have little trouble in having a game of golf tomorrow, so I am looking forward to that. Julie is planning to check out the shopping in St ...
... in prosciutto and served on fennel
* Cod served on a leek potato, bacon and pea soup
* Scotch Fillet steak, served with mustard cream and fried onions, and
* Lamb rump with fennel and leek
and others that I seem to have forgotten. Or at least meals that were not memorable.
Tonight I had the Cod with bacon, pea and potato and leek broth. it was nice enough, but a bit too rich. I did sample a local warm beer, that was rather too nice, but ...
... When we eventually found the lady running the show we had a lovely walk around the castle and abbey ruins. There wasn't a whole lot to see, but Matt managed to get some nice photographs. - Dunfermline: We had a walk around the streets of Dunfermline and came across a small underground tunnel leading to St Catherine's cave. The airy music made the walk down quite creepy. - Culross: Our early afternoon was spent wandering around Cinross, ...
... dense and ominous with pines, and could have been full of wolves and highwaymen for all I could see into its dark interior, but the other half is planted with Silver Birch and is more open. It is here that Archbishop Sharp of St Andrews was ambushed and murdered during some religious uprising. As is typical of the time, a number of innocent locals were accused of his murder and hung from chains. A path through the woods leads to the graves of the martyrs (in a cabbage patch) and ...