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... Angkor; Cambodia and it's friendly natives provided so many memories. Then it
was onto Vietnam, with its crazy road-crossing (just walk in front of traffic,
they'll stop for you), sensational food (I could live on spring rolls quite
contently) and the cheapest beer I've ever had at 10p a cup (tastes better than
Tennents). After a month there, a 21 hour bus ride got me into Laos. The best
way to describe my time here is relaxed. I usually prefer the hustle ...
What a wonderful sleep one can enjoy when the bed finally has sheets and a duvet! I woke up feeling well rested and headed it off to the bedding store, and I sure hope that's my last trip to that store during my stay at St Andrews!! I exchanged my second fitted sheet and all bedding related issues had officially been resolved!
I went to different information sessions for volunteer opportunities which were interesting and then my favourite part of ...
... stopped for 10 minutes at the end of the street while the buses continued to pour past. Definitely should have taken the bus.
We got there eventually and walked into the car rental a little nervous after our earlier debacle. With zero problems, we signed up, here's your key, here's your car and were out of the gates all within five minutes. Cough cough...NEVER GO WITH AVIS. We were off! Four hours later and a lot madder, but we were off.
We got ...
... tall tower and tube slides. I guess the tube sort are good in a place that gets lots of rain.
I continued following the fence until I came to Luke’s golf course and followed the long driveway down through some deep pine woods to the Lodge at the intersection with the main road. I was tempted to take the path to Denhead, from which I could have continued on to Drumcarrow Craig, on the summit of which are the remnants of a Broch and hut circles. However I decided ...
... was at Falklands Palace. It was a magnificent palace which is still used 4 months of the year by ancestors of the original royals. Mary Queen of Scots once resided in the castle. It was in the middle of the township amongst gorgeous little shops and quaint little cobblestone streets. We had a magnificent day topped off with a lovely meal in the Old Town at Maison Bleue ...