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... pictures from his hike, we both got ready for the day. We started out by eating breakfast (Alpen strawberry yogurt bars, bananas, sultana pancakes from Sainsbury's, and water), then we set out to get the few final souvenirs from the Royal Mile. We passed by a bar on the Royal Mile that had literally 30 empty kegs in front being exchanged for new ones by the keg delivery service. It was ironic as the sign read "no alcohol beyond this point" and there was ...
... though - Trevor had described the wind as a "light zephyr" - I would hate to play in anything stronger. The course was very hard and dry, so hitting into the greens took some skill as you had to hit short and then let the ball run onto the green. The contours on the fairways are amazing - you see them on TV however in real life they are much more severe. While I was enjoying the golf, Julie was off doing some ...
... the kitchen so I went to join them and met to other girls that live in our flat, one from California and one from Hong Kong and the one from California had made this big stew and mashed potatoes and gave some to all of us and shared wine with us too! It was so nice!! We had a lovely chat all together. Made me so excited for this year to meet such nice people!!
All is well and I sure am looking forward to my double (sheetless) bed tonight!! ...
... the Queen Mother, and Princess Margaret was born there.
Then we drove down through Dundee, across the Forth of Tay Bridge to St Andrews, where golf has been played for more than 600 years. We walked for miles around the links and watched some great golf shots, and both Charlie and Geoff scoured the rough to find a souvenir 'lost' ball to take home. Every hole had several sets of golfers (every one of ...
... not really realising the fuss or how famous it was and then took our time heading back over the famous greens and even getting a sneaky putt in on one of the big official greens. The sun on its way down by this stage so it was pretty beautiful and although there was a bit of a wind coming off the ocean, it was a fairly nice night.
We from there just drove home getting back to Edinburgh at about 10.30pm and got just the very end of the suns light. The next day, ...