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I was really looking forward to visiting the place where many of my ancestors were born & had lived. We were picked up from Alison's by Rory & Uncle Innes & set off to visit Friockheim & Arbroath (Our Scottish family call it the 'Friockheim Experience') We headed straight to the Friockheim Cemetery to visit the grave of my paternal great grandfather Robert Innes, great grandmother Jessie Innes & great uncle Robert Innes. They have a ...
There is a lot of catch-up to do, even though just a couple of days have passed since my last entry. It makes me happy that so many of you have been reading and enjoying this blog! It is harder not to make typos using a tablet, but I love that this device has helped me to stay in touch with family and friends.
Friday morning I got up late at my brother's place, because I was still catching up on sleep, but it was ...
... and shooting. Very traditional Scottish stuff, old chap!!
It also contains no fewer than four restaurants, including the Michelin Starred Andrew Fairlie restaurant, along with the popular Deseo, the formal Strathearn, and the lively Dormy Bar and Grill.
We spent a couple of hours walking around the expansive grounds before getting changed and dining at the Deseo Restaurant.
This is the way to live, even if it is only for one ...
... enjoying the course with a loose score. Each hole is essentially on its own and offers different challenges each time. The weather was as good as it could be with only a small amount of wind and sunny conditions. I had a great caddie Malcolm on the way around who has been cadding at the Gleneagles complex for thirty two years. We spoke about many things and was an all round great bloke. The course isn't cheap to play (but worth ...
A charming day tour with plenty of free time to enjoy and explore the ancient town of St Andrews, Scotlands home of golf, as well as the surrounding fishing villages of the 'Kingdom of Fife'.
We leave Edinburgh, crossing the iconic Forth Bridge into the 'Kingdom of Fife', through the East Neuk, exploring the coastal villages and harbours, such as St Monans and Crail, once thriving fishing centres which ...