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David and Diane offered to drive us over to the east coast to see St Andrews (of the famous golf course) and neighbouring fishing villages. En route we stopped by a memorial to a witch burning.
The scenery is very reminiscent of NZ in terms of the farming and geology however the buildings show the true difference (age and the stone construction) as do the stone walls which ...
... the immensity of the mountains and the vastness of the land extending to the seas. The whole group had an incredibly supportive vibe and it was easy to chat with whoever you were walking beside which made the walk even more fun. After making our way back down, we drove to the coast and watched the sun set and headed back to our hostel for some well-earned dinner. Our evening was spent playing board games and chatting and after a full first day, we headed off to bed. The ...
... excited!! I fly back to St Andrews on the 15th and a couple days later board the plane again for a little trip to a sunny destination off the coast of Morocco!
Other than that classes have been going well and I am looking forward to my little trip to Brussels next weekend! Only three weeks left of class already and after a couple weeks after that I will be headed home for Christmas!! Can't believe it!!!
Sending lots of love your way xoxox
... cities around the world with people's names on them. But I didn't see any tags to fill out so I couldn't add ours. One cubicle was wallpapered with poems by Scottish poets, another with entries from an encyclopedia. The walls in the dining room were wallpapered with fairly recent newsarticles.
The meal was a little pricy, but we were here to celebrate. Our waitress, Lydia, was quite lovely and ...
... it wasn't and the meal was superb).
We had a lazy afternoon chatting before the 'bar' opened at 5pm and David got to taste some Tennants Lager after quite a few years. David's Mum said that we were going to have pizza for dinner and Maria started to get nervous, she didn't feel she was ready to taste a deep fried pizza...it was only heated up in the oven though. Contrary to popular belief, not everything is deep fried in Scotland, only the best things ;)