Best Western Woodlands Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... encounter an "oud biddie" (older lady), seemingly genteel enough, a well dressed senior out for her morning walk. After offering the perfunctory greeting on a narrow sidewalk we keep walking only to hear; "dae ya ken me?" (do you know me?). Before we can answer we know she's a lively old doll (she told us so), is 72 years old and keeping active is all that's needed. Now, this was all going swimmingly as we tried to bid her farewell but we are stopped in our retreat ...
... I am heading out to Sri Lanka in two days time to complete my second year university placement! This year our placement was allowed to be in any setting other than a Scottish primary school! I decided from the onset that I still wanted to do my placement in a primary school and use this opportunity to experience a different education system from the one we have in Scotland! Where better than Sri ...
... 7pm (still so hard to judge when the sun is so high) and we decided we had better keep some of our gawking for another day if we were to get dinner that night. We walked through the quiet suburbs, along the old railway viaduct (now another pleasant walk) and back through Lade Braes. Beautiful British bangers 'n' mash with spectacularly good strawberries and raspberries to follow (thanks Anne xxx) for dinner. Wonderful though that Baltic food was, it's still nice to have home-cooked ...
... master or mistress took a swing. We stayed for lunch at the club house and then went for a afternoon walk through St. Andrews.
St. Andrew's University is 600 years old. We also found the church attached to St. Andrew's called St. Jame's Church (catholic) which had a lot of power. When the peasants were trying to establish the Protestant faith here in the north the Cardinal got rid of the ...
... had said but I was not confident - the low November sun did not seem to have the strength to do much burning.
I set off past the port. Approaching Broughty Ferry it became gloomier still (no offence Dougal) but the watery sun did make for some quite atmospheric pictures. The high tide meant that there was an abundance of birds along the shoreline. I did get one or two odd looks and comments from locals when I brandished ...