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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... as always, we found lovely people who walked part of the way with us telling us all about their city, so it was as good as a free tour.
Got the last cab at St Andrews bus station, and were home by 5:15! Only just over nine hours to travel most of the length of Scotland.
We have come home to find the seasons have changed yet again. We have watched the initially green wheat turn golden over the summer, then seen the farmers harvesting ...
After another delicious breakfast Chris and I ventured down to the St Andrew's Link Clubhouse to see if we could secure a game on the New Course. New meaning opened in 1895. It was given the name to differentiate it from the now known Old Course and after the disappointment of not being able to play the Old everyone said don't worry the New is the Old minus the 1st,17th and 18th holes. Essentially, it was an updated version of the original minus a ...
- The tiny two meter wide lane you are riding on is actually a main road in Scotland. Best to slow down for the flock of sheep on the side, they are alive and this will avoid slamming on the brakes at the last second.
- Riding with a bum-bag / fanny-pack is really convenient but definitely not cool or pretty. Especially when you tuck your (newly purchased) wet weather pants over the ...
... think that this is the epicentre of golf the whole world over (ie where golf is administered and the rules of golf are made and changed for profiessionals and amateurss alike wherever you happen to play the game).
St Andrews is a beautiful small town with lots of history, excellent University (where Wills met Kate)
and we saw it at it's very best in the SUNSHINE!!
Love to you all,
Jon & Robyn
... in the 1800's and put back on display and the Stone of Scone was brought back from London in 1996 to its present home in the castle.
Afterwards we headed to the Deacon's House Cafe, where Deacon Brodie used to live, now a cafe, which had the most delicious smoked salmon bagels, that just hit the spot after exploring the castle.
Next stop was the airport, where it was time to ...