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... marked for us by a visitor centre employee. It turned out to be extremely helpful and guided us along the rest of the day! We made it down to the Old Course, a site of pilgrimage for the game of Golf! How wonderful it was to see this and be there with Dad and Alfred in mind! We watched foursomes tee off and finish their games at the 1st and 18th hole; we then took pictures on the Swilcan Burn bridge where Jack Nicklaus waved farewell at the end of his last ...
... a small town on the east coast of Spain, rather than at our boat club an hour away from St Andrews, where it is normally chilly and rainy! The 40 rowers that were part of this training camp all met in Barcelona and we had a coach bus that brought us to our cute little hostel in Banyoles. We arrived in the evening so we had a quiet evening and an opportunity to get to know the town and get organized for the week ahead. The next morning, we were ...
... to stick to just one.
It was odd sitting so near a kitchen and hearing (as we did) Australian accents in the kitchen. No, it did not make me want to rethink my career.
After dinner, we headed back to the hotel (despite the boys saying they would come to the bar with me for a drink before bed!) and I had another hot shower.
I've just time to finish this entry before taking another shower and heading for bed.
... streets viewing old buildings with a busker playing their bagpipes in the background (the bagpipes are great at first but after a while they do lose their charm haha). We made our way up towards Edinburgh castle since we had the afternoon to spare. Wow!! Sooooooo many steps and hills in this city I tell you what! It was a good workout for sure. The Edinburgh castle was really busy with several tour groups so we did have to line up for a while to gain our ...
Time to head into the Scottish Highlands to tour the mountains and the castles. I booked a day trip from Edinburgh with Timberbush Tours. Our guide, Marty, was a lot of fun and certainly was very proud of his country and very knowledgeable. And he even wore a kilt!!! I scored the front seat of the bus which I love because you get an excellent view of the drive and usually you can be the first off the bus.
We left ...