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... 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, ...
... keeping up with the trickle-mode of the shower, so emptying a bath would take most of the day. I tried it only once, and despite being a bather-rather-than-showerer, I never tried again; my days with Anne in Loughborough stand out in my memory as starting in the most delicious, deep, hot baths with properly clean feet. (How DO showerers clean their feet properly, I wonder?)
Of course, it goes without saying I won't miss the weather. Yes, we had ...
There's this famous walk, see, that runs for 117 miles (yeah, I know, that's another question to ask about the country that invented penicillin - some larger number of km) all around the coast of Fife. People come from all over the world to walk it. Well, maybe from all over Scotland. Oh, okay, some people come from parts of Fife. So here we have a nice little Sunday, beautiful sunny weather, what could be better than to go and walk along the beach or along the rugged ...
... and the like. And on one side, there was a sort of cloister we found some pretty hanging baskets of lobelia, and a very sacrificial-altar sort of stone, all bedecked with white wedding ribbon. All a bit pagan. Oh, yes, and there is a lovely effigy of Robert the Bruce containing a piece of his bone. Very jolly.
We also took a side road to see the Falls of Dochart which we imagined would be some steep and narrow burn tumbling over a high cliff in ...