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It has officially been over one month here in Dublin. I have had my first assignment due, gotten my first A, met some more new people, and missed a flight for the first time. What better way to end a great first month here than running through the airport at 8am after 2 hours of sleep, am I right?!
All jokes aside, Scotland was amazing. After a successful week school-wise and another fun week social-wise, I packed up and shipped off to the airport. My ...
... not yet actually rowed on the water yet but I am absolutely loving the training as it involves a lot of running on the beach, right next to the North Sea, a setting I will never get bored of!
The other bonus of having the North Sea right in our backyard is that is offers the possibility of going surfing because the waves can get to pretty impressive sizes some days! So another highlight of my week last week was going surfing after class - such a foreign concept ...
... Patrick Hamilton is always watching over the Uni. Oh, and I almost forgot the superstition! Students who are attending St. Andrews University do not walk or step on the bricks that make out Patrick Hamilton's initials for fear of failing their exams and not graduating from the school. Just as Calum had finished telling us this story, an Americal gal (who must have just graduated) came upon the brick initials and I overheard her say to her friend, ...
... the clouds so low, making it hard to see ahead, and not knowing what we were driving into, so we decided to turn around before it was too late and we get stranded out on the Island. Not very adventurous of us really. We carry on towards the south and drive through Alnwick to Warkworth Castle. As we are now members of the English Heritage, thanks to Shontina and Matt, we are able to explore the castle using the membership cards for the first time. We ...
... see about some new clubs. I had a hit of a few balls at the state of the art practice facilities that the St Andrew's Trust runs. I was impressed and wanted to buy the new blades but due to timing I held off and would wait until I was in England.
Picking up Maddie we visited the British Golf Museum which explains the history of golf and takes you all the way through the ages with memorabilla of the 1800's to today. Maddie even had a go with an example of ...