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... the house in Friockheim where my grandmother Clementina Innes had been born & raised, we also saw another house where she had worked as a maid.
We then drove around Arbroath stopping at the Arbroath Cliffs taking in the wonderful views. We got out of the car & climbed to the top & along the cliffs, looking out over the North Sea was quite spectacular. In the distance we could see the Bell Lighthouse. Uncle Innes said it was a ...
... to get a few pics of the castle from this angle. I so loved seeing lots of happy dogs and children running and playing on the sand.
Back up to the castle and we had a great few hours wandering around. There were lots of exhibits inside including a small separate museum with lots of planes and other engineering type stories. Needless to say I 'lost' David in here for a while but had the nicest time sitting outside ...
... bridges that span the Tay River. This river itself is abuzz with activity with tyre skiing and jet skiing going on at a frantic pace. We meandered along the Norie-Miller Riverside Walk and dropped into a very quaint cafe called Tea on the Tay which is run by an English couple. The husband is really friendly (he should be in sales!) and an absolute wealth of knowledge. He provides us with advice on other attractions and based on his ...
... club. A Stonehaven cup replica is on display and is the one given to the champion. The real one stays in the R&A club house. Unfortunately, it doesn't have Adam Scott's name on it..yet anyway.
After lunch Chris and I were off to Kingsbarns. This course was opened in 2000. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world and has won many awards. One listing ranks it the 54th best course in the world. It is also one of the host courses for the ...
... as far prestigious universities in the U.K. go.
The next day Kim and I took a walk to the coast. During our walk, it somehow it managed to rain, hail, and then return to sunny weather in a period of one hour. After our walk we dropped by a café, North Point, which is famous in Saint Andrews because it’s where Prince William met Kate.
It was really nice to catch up with Kim and hear more about the experiences she has had in Saint Andrews, the people ...