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... the club house, checked out the locker room and then went for a walk near by the 18th hole where there were more golf shops. Have an idea of what I'll buy on Friday. We also made a reservation for the Jubilee course for Friday! With a bit over an hour from tee time, we got our clubs and made our way the the first hole pavilion, got some putting in, then settled inside with some hot chocolate and watched others tee ...
... br> of a big city to the slow life of small towns and villages, but Laos did a
commendable job of changing my mind. It is such a beautiful country with the
nicest people and a way of living that encourages you to simply enjoy the
people you're with and appreciate that life shouldn't be over-thought. A week
in Hong Kong then brought the curtain down on my wandering ways. It was a
fitting finale. I loved the vibe of the place from day 1 and recommend you all
... a spot at the back of the lecture theaters. Both classes today only had around 30 students each which is such a nice change from the classes with 400 students I have been attending for the past two years!
Along with classes, there are also sport team practices and society meetings beginning this week so the year will soon be in full swing!
I will probably start posting once a week from now on, but until then, sending lots of love and wishing you all a great week! ...
Jamie's birthday was on the Sunday so we decided to hire a car and head the coast to St Andrew's on the Saturday to explore that part of the country we hadn't made it to yet. Ian and Anna joined us so we started off nice and early and walked down to Avis to pick up the car we had booked and paid for. Nope.
After waiting in the line for about 30 minutes we got to the front and had a litany of **** ups that resulted in us leaving without the car. First off, I had booked ...
... 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 ...