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... last chance to try haggis and deep-fried Mars bars. Yesterday Jane told us she thought deep-fried Mars bars were an urban myth - maybe people used to have them but it's not a real thing these days. But we went out looking for a takeaway anyway. We hadn't seen one in the immediate vicinity yet so we ventured a bit further, and we found one only a few shops beyond. They didn't have d-f-M-bs on the menu, but they did have haggis: a big block of ...
... beyond the 9th hole as he displayed the endemic
youthful traits of blowing his load early and then being put to the sword by
the cavalier McDowell. In advance of that mercy killing, his compatriot Prince
Rory of Ulster was showing no mercy to the USA’s and the Puma brand’s great
hope, Ricky Fowler. In Secretariat like fashion, Prince Rory flew from the gate
and was out of sight by the 9th hole. One of the ...
... we got to see her one last time too. She came up for a couple of days and we had a nice picnic on top of Calton Hill before saying our final goodbyes to her the following morning.
We went had had a send off dinner with Liz
I went to play golf at one of the nicest courses in Edinburgh one evening after work - one of my mates from rugby worked there as a uni job so got free rounds a couple of times a year. Something like £200 ...
... 8230;.all we could to remember these views we had seen. Now to get down. It is always the hardest part…..especially with my missing left ACL. We took it slow but there were definitely some slips and falls on my behalf (the knee held up mum don't worry). We stopped off on the way down at the ruins of St Anthony's chapel for a quick photo opportunity then had a snack break by a lake filled with white swans….. Yeah the swans here are WHITE?! Lunch entailed ...
... slept that night so ready for the next day.
The morning started early as we began the trek to the castle. The area surrounding the castle (the "Royal Mile") was breathtaking. Winding brick streets lined with gothic buildings of black and brown constructed our long walk, each building more magnificent than the last. Our first stop was in Greyfriars Kirkyard, an old, creepy cemetery with stories to tell. As soon as the tour guide said it was haunted I ...