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... golf for a year. People living outside St. Andrews pay that same fee for just one round!
Busy day today and tomorrow we tackle Glasgow!
PS If anyone ever tells you they spotted a "zebra crossing," believe them! We spotted one today - they are a large pedestrian crossing, complete with flashing lights and zig-zag white stripes on the roadway (the zebra portion). In the UK, these give pedestrians permanent right-of-way...
... mindset that has been engrained in my brain since cross-country running days, I was determined to stay at the front of the group with the committee members, and i am so glad I did - it was a challenging and incredibly breathtaking experience (both figuratively and literally!). The views were absolutely awe-inspiring and the higher we hiked up the 965m mountain, the more surreal it felt to be surrounded by such natural beauty. I found it hard to use my camera to ...
... and down the street a block over, it was ridiculous!! We successfully got tickets this time and I am so excited for the event that will be held on November 30th!
Although slightly less early, I also headed into town early last Sunday morning to sign up for another fun experience, this one held next January. I decided to sign up with the St Andrews Surf Club winter trip - surfing for a week in the Canary Islands the week before school starts up again. I ...
... recommendation and what a great place. I loved the décor. It had a modern feel with gigantic Chinese lanterns for the lighting. The washrooms were a little weird. They were a bunch of cubicles all in the same hallway with either an F or an M and inside it was reminiscent of an airplane bathroom with a square toilet and a tiny little sink inside the cubicle. Outside the cubicles were a bunch of nametags hung on pegs ...
... for our sunglasses - it was sunny in Scotland!!
It was only an hour's drive to Melrose but we stopped en-route at the Carfraemill Hotel for some lunch. They even had a special Scottish produce menu, Maria was going to get her first taste of Scotland. Maybe the tales of deep frying pizza and ice cream had her a little worried but she did venture enough to take the Stornoway Black Pudding hoping it would not be served battered and straight from the deep fat ...