Joppa Turrets Guest House
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... and had a cup of tea. It was a nice cafe, pretty busy, and not everyone looked like gawping tourists. More than just us, though.
Then we wandered for a bit, aiming generally downhill, but we had to go up to get a good start. Having dealt with the sidelines, we were now on the main part of the day, which was to walk down the Royal Mile, which runs from the Castle down the hill for, oh, I don't know how far. The shops are ...
Cometh the hour, cometh
the man. Europe entered the final day with a 4 point advantage with 12 singles
matches to play. In past iterations of the Ryder Cup, the lagging teams have
surprisingly overcome this deficit and birthed superlatives such as the Miracle
at Medinah. Alighting the train at Gleneagles Station it's a "dreich"
Perthshire day, ominous with heavy dark grey cloud. A harbinger of another
surprising outcome? Captains ...
... I was doing to take photos but it was worth it.
Pimms at Jemma’s in the garden darrrling
Jason, along with every other guy from NZ got nominated to do the ice challenge. We are obviously a bit short of space so he and Ian partook in a pretty manly display in our wee bathroom.
Work carried on as normal but we both started to have more and more leaving drinks here and there. I think by the end I had about four or ...
... S (Marcs and Spencer) and devoured fruit salads of fresh raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, nectarines, watermelon…ahh was simply delish and much needed. Our healthy breakfast was followed up with a decent hike up to Carlton Hill, to grasp a better view of the town. And what a view it was…… We climbed The Monument with slight difficulty and decided that we should attempt to tackle the climb up to Arthur's Seat, which is the highest point ...
Day 4-5: Edinburgh, Scotland
After a lovely day in Grasmere, we soon found ourselves crossing over into Scotland territory! The scenery changed, yet still gorgeous the whole way. I'm pretty sure we passed Loch Ness (everyone was asleep so I think they didn't announce it) and I was obviously on the lookout for the Loch Ness monster. Didn't see her. Hours more of rolling hills and lake brought us into what would end up being my favorite stop on the ...