The Rossborough Hotel
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... get your mind out of the gutters!)
Our morning ritual repeated itself. Tony and I got ourselves ready, while Avaia picked out her "perfect Tuesday panties", Talia got dressed in 5 seconds flat and they were out the door to give the elevator a good workout before breakfast.
"Plates are on the table MAMA!" yelled Talia swinging the door open on us on one round off the elevator.
"Toast MAMA!!! Mahmahlade MAMA!!!" ...
... isnt the glamorous exciting life that i imagine most people think it is. Lucky for Lock he is on tour with some really good people which I think makes all the difference. People who stick to being on tour for years on end certainly have a lot of patience and staying capacity! It was perfect for Lock and I though, plenty of time to just hang out which is a rare thing for the Brownlie siblings!
I saw the show again in Glasgow and this time was much better as I ...
... Then on to Rosslyn Chapel, which in comparison with the previous two monuments was somewhat disappointing as it is small and grey and overcrowded, with gravel instead of garden. The carvings are very ornate and have many stories to tell, although many are creepy. That evening I went to dinner with Robyn to Angels with Bagpipes , which was nice. We also went to another folk music bar which was not as good as my favourite Royal Oak. Enjoyable ...
Today was a fun day. At 9pm we had a walk planned for the Dark Side of Edinburgh through Sandeman's Tours but to not waste the day before then we made the forty minute drive up to Dunbar.
Dunbar is a small coastal town in East Lothians, it's not traditional a must-see destination when doing research on Scotland but it did have a wonderful little harbour to walk around. The best part of this harbour was when five or six seals made their way into the ...
... of the old course.
Carmel had given us nearly two hours for this stop, and most of it was spent admiring the course and watching various foursomes tee off from the 1st hole and the approach shots on the 18th hole. In addition, I was able to walk up the lane behind the course and look down over the beaches of West and East Sands. It was here that the characters of Harold Abrahams and Eric Liddell have their ...