Six Murray Park
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... game rules were in German and players were from England, Netherlands, America and *****ia and my mom and I represented Canada! It was so fun to be able to show my mom all my favourite parts of my day, especially board games! On Thursday we headed on an early bus towards Inverness and three buses later, we arrived in the quaint little city alongside the river. We wandered around the town a bit and then took another bus to go explore Loch Ness and ...
... cities from my friends, the more I appreciate what a heartwarming feeling it is to be able to pick up from where we left off, as though it has only been a couple days since we last saw each other. Yesterday, once I was done class, I gave her a tour of my little town and we then cooked up a deliciously huge dinner before heading off to a frisbee team social. Today we are headed off for Afternoon Tea at the Old Golf Course Hotel, overlooking the golf course and North ...
... well-located with respect to Em's residence - about a 10 minute walk when not carrying all your luggage in the rain!
This morning we poked around the town a bit while waiting for Emily's class to finish. One of the interesting features about St Andrews university (and as I learned today other medieval universities, like Oxford, apparently) is that it is completely integrated in the town, with ...
August 7 Thursday York to Edinburgh Reasonable hotel breakfast ok, beds comfortable for long sleeps, but like all hotels step in bath for a shower with ranges of taps and water pressure. Fay tried black pudding at breakfast (blood sausage) which for a non sausage eater was reasonable, with BBQ sauce. The local news is dominated by the forthcoming Scottish referendum to break away from the Great Britain union. The Queen will be heartbroken, will they be in the EU, will ...
... train, over the "Way Out" ramp and onto the bus. Ten minutes later, we were in St. Andrews. One thing I've learned on this trip: never ask young people for directions even when they're from the area and looking at a map. I blame GPS on their phones; they never have to develop a mental map of where they are or have been. Anyway, we managed to eventually find our way to Braeside BnB which was a riot of colour at the corner of a ...