Craigsanquhar House Hotel
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... down to attaching the seats and rigors to the boat! There was a first wave of rowers (each boat had 4 rowers) that raced in the morning, and around 1pm it was our turn! The way rowing races work is you get in the boat at the finish line and actually row the whole course (in our case 4.5km) to the start line. So they give you a time that everyone has to be at the start line by and you have to make sure your team gives itself enough time to make it there to ...
... to score a goal during the breaks. Also, everytime there was a break in play, they would play really loud music which stopped abruptly when they started again. Added to that, I'm sure the commentator had a massive kick drum which kept thumping throughout the game. It all added to the excitement, however I couldn't help thinking that it must be distracting for the players!
I drove home again, and dropped one of the teachers off before we headed home.
Hannah and Graham both had the day off work today so they were able to take me around Edinburgh! We had a bit of a sleep in and the went for a drive and they showed me all these. lol places including like a really really expensive private school that was legit inside a castle! We then parked and went to this place called the queens castle which is where the queen stays when she comes to visit. We couldn't go inside but we had a hot chocolate at a cafe out ...
... in flower. Very pretty. We also visited a special memorial garden created for the Queen mother, including a hut lined with shells and an internal roof of pine cones collected by local children. A lovely tribute. Drove through the city to see some other well known landmarks but didn't stop - headed south out of the city. Stopped for lunch at a seaside town ...
A very big day! Set out this morning from Loch Ness towards Inverness. Saw the castle as we drove through town, but didn't stop. Instead headed a few miles out to see another historic Bronze Age site. Clava Cairns is the site of an exceptionally well preserved group of prehistoric burial cairns that were built about 4,000 years ago. The Bronze Age cemetery complex comprises of passage graves, ring cairns, kerb cairn, standing stones in ...