Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel
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Sydney. It took in the hardest experience of my life while working on the farm,
which led to living in my favourite city in the world: Melbourne. I saw a good
chunk of Australia, then spent 6 months exploring South East Asia. It's been a
whirlwind, a glass case of emotion, a rollercoaster, a bunch of experiences
I'll never forget and always cherish. I wouldn't swap it for anything! Thanks
for reading over the past couple of years, you're all beautiful.
... the Johnston Clan in Australia. We are extremely grateful for the offers of accommodation in New Zealand from our friends Alan and Angie Alexander, and David Wright and Ann Child. In Thailand we are being hosted by our friends John and Sarah Leishman. As the weather in North Berwick has become very cold, with our first frosts and snow, we wish we had already left by ...
... caddie rounds while on his break. I peppered him with questions the entire 18 round asking about the behind the scenes of the tour life. He was a really good guy and was open to telling me about his experiences. Good thing we were able to talk during the round as my game was terrible, but surprisingly I enjoyed the round. Darcy played well today and it would have been his best ball striking day. The course is famous for ...
... and we benefited from its efficiency and smoothness. A fantastic way to get about the city.
This is another beautiful city and the old part with its glorious buildings is a gallery in the open air. Walking the streets here too was wonderful and Princes Park was a stupendous green oasis sitting as it does right below Edinburgh Castle. The Scots are gearing up for the referendum in September which will decide whether or not they stay in the UK – interesting times.
... all apparently finding their way around so we thought maybe Summer School residents. Not great pics yet, but I'm sure there will be plenty more!
Despite the full larder, we decided we would continue with our usual tradition of getting fish & chips for our first dinner in a new home. We has quite a long wait, but it was extremely fresh so worth it. We ate it in the lovely sunny back garden and revelled in being "at home" at last - albeit a different ...