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... you do, you never quite know what awaits. And just like with every other trip, the nervousness subsides and the excitement increases as the days go by.
After just one week I confidently feel as though I can call this place my new home for the next eight months. Over the course of my first week, I have met people from all over the world and have been reminded in all kinds of ways that I am no longer in Canada:
1) I have passed by several groups of ...
... Mother, and Princess Margaret was born there.
Then we drove down through Dundee, across the Forth of Tay Bridge, to St Andrews, where golf has been played for more than 600 years. We walked for miles around the links and watched some great golf shots, and both Charlie and Geoff scoured the rough to find a souvenir 'lost' ball to take home. Every hole had several sets of golfers (every one of ...
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 ...
... his grandsons are golf mad. The lady at the shop was most helpful and not only provided stamps for the collection of postcards we had to send but could tell us where to post them and best of all where to go for a good cup of coffee. This little coffee shop actually had a flat white and the girl who served us said she'd give us a double shot as she knew Aussies liked strong coffee. Perfect - what more could we want. On our way out of St Andrews we see the RAF Base at Leuchars. ...
... Six Murray Park. Before having dinner together we took a walk down to the course and had photos in front of the iconic clubhouse and surrounds. It was so wonderful to meet up with mum and dad and share these experiences with them.
I couldn't quite believe that I was standing in front of the clock tower at St Andrew's. After seeing it on TV so many times I now have a photo in front of it. WOW!!! ...
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