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... teenager kind of way, and she had turned 18 years old about 2 weeks ago. We had a bit of a chat about what she was doing (she was working as an assistant in a school in England) and what she's about to do (she's going to start a psychology degree at uni next year). She then innocently asked me if I go to uni. I opened my mouth and was about to admit that I started uni when she was 2 or 3 years old, when Leona and I got pulled off the schoolies bus and put onto a more ...
... dunes. The Royal Troon Golf Club sits immediately to the north of Prestwick's course and nearby Turnberry is down the coast, to the southwest". Turnberry has a very interesting history, again Wikipedia, it's now owned by Donald Trump. "http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turnber ry_(golf_course)" well worth a read. Kilmarnock, Troon, prestwick kept training past these incredible golf courses, sneaky wee bunkers, almost like potholes (which reminds me Richard, we saw the ...
... walking around the absolutely beautiful city hall, getting pictures from different angles. A truly gorgeous building and perhaps the most beautiful city hall I had ever seen. Surrounding the City Hall were beautiful gardens and walkways with numerous statues and the Garden of Remembrance and Cenotaph, dedicated to those who fought in World War I and II. Next to the City Hall was the Scottish Provident Building, an office building with ...
... whole thing. Because he's perfect. After dinner we went outside to find some local Irish boys playing soccer (or football I guess). Our class gathered up some players and a full on match began. It was so cool to talk to the Irish kids and play against them, it was really a unique experience.
The next morning we left the hotel to spend some time in the city. We visited St. George's Market, a huge pavilion ...
... it just literally around the city and various neighbourhoods. Our tour started at 10am right in the centre of town and from there our driver then took us across into the Protestant part of town talking away the whole time. The streets all had painted gutters with their red white and blue and union jacks everywhere to inidicate what side they were on or represented. The main focus was a whole host of giant murals painted on the end of council flats to idolise and commemorate ...
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