Doune Guest House
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... KFC for an unhealthy dinner! Afterwards we were happier to find an even bigger supermarket near here with cooked chooks and salads and other prepared ready made foods. Its a challenge to eat at a reasonable price with most restaurant/pub meals being anywhere from around 10 to 15 pounds. Then it's double that and a bit more to convert it to Aussie dollars. Paying around $25 for an average lasagna or schnitzel is not exactly a great ...
The morning looked like typical Scottish weather - misty rain and foggy. Great breakfast at the guest house, where Trevor (our guesthouse owner) let me know that he had been in touch with the course and getting a game would be no problem. Went to the New Course starter, hired some sticks and shoes, and I was off. The New Course is a walk up start course, so you can get a game anytime. I played with a lady from New ...
... br> Then I got off the bus and took a taxi to my residence where I up my keys and then headed up 4 flights of stairs with my luggage (wishing I had a tall muscular male to help me out, but maybe he'll come around in time to bring my stuff down those flights of stairs when I move out!). And then met this very nice guy from Boston who helped me out with wifi and random things I had to figure out about the res. And then I walked to the grocery ...
... back there in October while I wait for my flight home to Australia! Thank you Craig. Edinburgh is an amazing city. Vish and I are staying at the Caledonian backpackers in the west end of town. Here we have fantastic views of Edinburgh Castle. It is a spectacular sight! This castle is built on castle rock which is an old volcanic plug. The castle sits quite high. The land around this plug was worn away by glaciers about 10,000 years ago. The rock ...
... beat me at the Pirate course in Porirua!
It was pretty late but that stage and we were all peckish so we went into the clubhouse to use their opulent bathrooms (complete with luxurious, branded paper towels) and have some dinner in the restaurant. The prices were far cheaper than we were expecting and the food was tasty. A few Hendrick's to wash it all down just for good measure. There was a group of very sunburnt Germans next to us who had obviously been playing ...