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... was expecting on this miserable wet cold day in summer. For £2.50 you can have a photo with any of the owls. Stuart thought I was so brave, I couldn't miss this opportunity for a photo with this huge owl. I wish I had the camera when the owl was given to me, Stuarts' facial expressions were priceless. I was laughing all the way back to the bus, Stuart could stop saying "no way" "can't believe you did it" Ann the Bird Conquerer! We then headed further thru ...
... including all the people I met on shore on my trips. I miss my family but will see them soon and this has been truly a fantastic experience thanks mainly to the people I have met and chatted and laughed with along the way. Packing tomoz, but Sydney on Tuesday with Annette and George, What a holiday and how lucky I am. :) Day 1 Quiet day as again weather was a bit windy and the sea was rockin!! Had a good last night with my friends and was really sad saying goodbye. Tomoz Sydney!!! ...
... and do some exploring. But a car is a must. Another night in Fort augustus, we drank the local beer, dressed up in tartan dresses and laughed the night away with my new found friends. On the way home we stopped by culloden, where a war between the scots and brits had occured. This solemn site is home to mass graves and for me was quite an emotional experience. Both sides could have encompassed brothers from the same familly. They were forced to battle against each other. ...
... 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 ...
... puts on The King's Speech - which is a bit of an odd choice. Through the whole thing she sprinkes various comments about Lizzie, WillKate and the royalty in general. Not even Lady Di is exempt from her meticulous gaze. But when the movie comes to a close and I ask her what she thinks, she looks solemn and mutters "too many men."
And that's our cue for bed. We head to Edinburgh in the morning.
(NOTE: Pictures to come)
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