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... were organised. We said fond farewells to Ian and Cheryl. We've had such a good time with them and hopefully one day in the future we'll all be able to get together again - we already have a tentative plan to head to Bendigo at Easter next year. We had a beautiful vehicle to travel to the airport - leather seats, wooden trims - a far cry from our taxi yesterday!
We got to the airport in heaps of time but then had a long wait in ...
Ok so... Time to leave Scotland for China again...
Have been snapping some pics (like the taxi here) to show my Chinese students :)
It's cold in Scotland - but the air is fresh - China will be hot and stuffy!!
last year NO visitors - this year Mom is coming with me for 3 weeks... and Steve's coming later on for about 9 days (I'll be here for 10 weeks again)
Mom and I flew ...
... for 2 pounds so that we could reach the power point & charge up all our things so we were happy.
We then decided to head out to Loch Lomond - as this was only 7 mile away.
It's a gorgeous sunny Saturday and we have to wait till 3 to collect our laundry so why not.
Well unfortunately every one in Glasgow seemed to have the same idea too! It is a long weekend here and traffic was just crawling. That 7 miles took us about an hour.
Still once we ...
... we are encouraged to use our "temporary membership" to its full capacity. Donning our rain gear under over cast skies we prepare to tackle Prestwick. A demanding, exciting and constantly challenging course! A caddie is crucial for playing this traditional links course as it winds along the coastal land with several holes crisscrossing. Having caddied for 42 years at Prestwick, our caddie has plenty of Prestwick stories. With Hole names of ...
... He said it is in bad condition inside, but attached bits are still in use. Further on was a plaque at the site of the surgical wards where Lister carried out his experiments. No ethics approval needed in those days.
Next was the massive cathedral, one of the few remnants of Catholicism, that was not destroyed, or allowed to collapse through neglect, when Scotland became officially Presbyterian. The selling ...
Other places to stay in Prestwick
6-8 Ardayre Rd, Prestwick | Hotelfrom $146
64 Ayr Road, Prestwick | Hotelfrom $66
187 Ayr Road, Prestwick | Hotelfrom $116
48 Kilmarnock Rd, Prestwick | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- Faulty towers
- Don't Stay Here
- Family of Five
5/7 Links Road, Prestwick | Hotelfrom $96
Kilmarnock Road, Prestwick | 3 star hotelfrom $87