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there is a nice buzz about the place. Getting there at 6.45am on a late
September morning its freaking cold. Having left a jacket behind, I am a
picture of sartorial elegance in a borrowed rain jacket that is failing without
trying, to keep me warm. As soon as the Ryder Cup marketing machines open their
doors I have a nice warm sweater making me feel more human. Easiest $150 they
get this week. It's all very relaxed for the players as ...
... go inside and partake of a little refreshment. It was strange to be back there - I think probably about 30 years since I had last been in the hotel. So many changes from when I used to work there part time way back in my late teens. We enjoyed our refreshments in the beer garden overlooking the loch then headed back down to Drymen, stopping off to grab a couple of things from the shop.
We all had dinner together up in Mum's house then ...
... Des Moines so the flight was cancelled! The calm, orderly crowd, who had been quietly awaiting their departure suddenly turned into a baying, third-world-esque rioting mob who seemed ready and willing to exterminate anyone who got in their way as they surged towards the woefully under-resourced United Airlines Service desk to rebook flights! Now Des Moines isn't a big airport so it wasn't long before all outgoing flights, where a ...
... been friends since a chance meeting in Canada back in the early '70s. Peter along with their youngest daughter Kirsten met my mum and me at Inverkeithing train station on 6th May, 1988. 25 years and three days later, 9th May, 2013, Kirsten met me at Edinburgh. How about that?
May has been a period of coming to terms with such a sudden departure and arrival. I have both really enjoyed the trappings of a wealthy Western life after an absence of 110 days but ...
... I was really enjoying, and bought a one way ticket to Delhi, booking only my first four nights’ accommodation in a decent hotel near the main train station in Delhi, which was bit of a buffer, and three nights’ accommodation in Agra, although I didn’t know how I was going to get there yet. I managed to get my bags checked in the whole way from Glasgow to Delhi which saved me any hassle on arrival at Heathrow ...