Brownlees Guest House
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... the town to the other. While here, Roy took us on a geocache hunt finding the cache alongside the fairway of the 17th hole, all the time Traci was worried we were going to get hit by a golf ball.
We explored this lovely town overlooking the beach on foot and took in the sights of the university between some showers of rain. Just before we got back into the car to leave the clouds cleared and the sun ...
... It was such a cool place and we spent several hours there before grabbing a last bite to eat and heading home.
Saturday we had another early start to the day and headed to the Grand Market Hall, an indoor venue where hundreds of local vendors sell their products to tourists and locals alike. Though we certainly could have roamed through the market and done our own thing, we decided to organize to have an English speaking guide bring us around. It really enhanced our ...
... between the ocean and a bluff. The tee off was right alongside the water's edge - the most original setting we had ever seen! In Pittonweam we had hot chocolate at a place where Emily had been before (and was in fact a prime mover for getting us to walk the 2 km between villages!) - scrumptious; followed by a visit to a little cave where a hermit dwelt in the 7th century. People would have really wanted to seek him out back then if they ...
... that ball or a stroke as it bounced back onto the fairway. He gave his evil laugh at the tee. Talk about lucky. They ended their game in four hours, which is amazing considering the weather, and Donnie had a very respectable 89 and enjoyed his day immensely, despite being somewhat soggy coming in.
We stopped in at the Dunvegan Hotel and Restaurant (slogan: a nine iron away from the Old Course) and had soup and chili to warm up. Run by a ...
On Monday Aunty Julie took Lizzie, Tom, Nick, Lucy and I to a beautiful park for a few hours. Lucy of course wasn't happy about walking.
Uncle Matt took Nick, Martha, Dad and Mum to St Andrews to see the golf course.
We had a very lazy afternoon which was great after our road trip to the Highlands.