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Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... Letters to see about some new clubs. I had a hit of a few balls at the state of the art practice facilities down at St Andrew's. 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 to today with memorabilla of the 1800's to today. Maddie even had a go with an example of ...
... of drinking in Scotland. As we discussed this, a local man standing nearby said firmly, of course he was drinking, look, the wide end of the horn was to his lips, you don't blow a hunting horn from the wide end! He explained that the man-drinking-on-a-horse is quite a common sub-genre of Pictish art. So the Scots have been at it for a while.
(As an aside, much later in our final shopping expedition before returning the car, I was trying to avoid ...
#7. Sea, not just dividing the country, but its people
analysis: Differences between mainland and islands
along my internship, I've been staying in St Andrews. The town is located in the Fife district
which is the third most populated area in Scotland after the Central Lowlands
and the North East region. I thought that I had a relevant idea of what
Scottish people were like by being here, but ...
... my intent on this trip was to spend time with Kim and her friends, while enjoying Saint Andrew’s Spring landscape and student nightlife.
As Kim and I walked from the Saint Andrews central bus station towards her dorm, we began to brief each other on the latest happenings in our life. Barely five minutes later we had reached her dorm, which is located about five minutes from the coast. We resumed our conversation over a locally brewed Saint Andrews Fife Gold and ...
... cathedrals, the ‘spitting’ heart, and more.
We then got to the castle which is incredible, sitting high up on a rocky hill in the middle of the city like in a fairytale. After the castle the tour moved to the greyfriers graveyard where there were many ghost stories. The graveyard is home to over 100,000 people as a result of the black plague, it ...