Cameron Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... potholes the size of craters, I
looked down to see the bus was about a foot away from the edge of a cliff. At
this point, I prayed there wouldn't be any particularly strong gusts of wind
that could have sent us tumbling a long way down. So while on night buses you
knew this was happening, there was a feeling of what you couldn't see couldn't
hurt you, plus as mentioned earlier, it's best not to question.
7. It's a small world after all.
... walk from the town centre and all forms of grocery stores so I have to buy stuff in small batches but the nice variety in my fridge is coming along!
Then I headed off in another direction to get my course selection approved. While Queen's has students complete this online, students at St Andrews actually meet with the heads of the departments for the courses they are interested in taking. This allows the ...
... tournament on one of the courses. I don't think money was an issue as there was food and fine wine disappearing at a rate of knots. After dinner, we had a chat to the waitress and she told us that the course was closed so no one would mind if we went out to get some shots around the place, so we followed her advice and went to check out the famous stone bridge - The Swilcan or the Swilcan Burn Bridge, over a little creek.
We had a mini photo shoot there with ...
... quarry, and another Den that Mandi had talked about. The lake was some sort of private fishing area with numbered jetties all around and fierce notices to keep out. I mostly did, and found the path along another lovely den full of autumn trees, where I stopped to eat my sandwiches on a comfortable if rather leafy bench. These benches are made from recycled plastic bags like our picnic table, and so should last forever.
The path leads on to the banks of the River ...
... and finally over a stile into a field with no obvious way out, and a sign pointing back the way we've just come. We walked every centimetre of the perimeter of that field (and it was a big one) in long, very wet grass and mountains of cow poo (in our tidy-going-to-Edinburgh clothes, remember) and there was no way out. The only thing of any interest was a herd of cattle, mostly bulls and young steers, that we talked to and ...
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