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... at an Italian resturant. We found out a lot of Italians live in Scotland from after the second world war. Ross from Gold Coast, Tammy and Brad from America joined us for dinner. On our coach you rotate seats every day except Ross, Stuart and myself. We are sitting up the back, LJ on the first day said if we didn't want to we could stay up the back. The others call us the "The non Rotators". Now everyone wants to join us cause of all the laughter is happening up the ...
... remember the aborigine name) where we saw the memorial to the Australians killed in the Bali bombings. There was a photograph of each person killed. So sad and so pointless. Walking along a couple heard my voice and the guy asked where I was from, when I said Stirling he said that's where he is from but has stayed here 20 years. Small world eh! We then travelled on to Bondi mates. It was real beaut. Very busy with some bonzer eye candy ready to rush into the sea to rescue anyone ...
... for that coincidental blunder.
Every stop we made and every step we took along the stormy coast I could see Kristine falling more in love with her ancestral home. And I couldn’t blame her. That night Nan made us dinner and we sat and talked over tea and biscuits. I got to meet one of Nan’s sons Graeme, who works with film and teaches struggling students part-time. He also brought home a box of Krispy Kreme donuts, the last thing I was expecting to find ...
... Field’s, Narrow, and Alps each live up to their names. From No. 1, a Par-4 - Railway, where an old stone wall parallels the railroad tracks to No. 5, Himalayas, a par-3 with its green barely visible above rolling terrain to No. 17, a Par-4, Alps, that’s green is totally hidden and protected by a huge bunker, we thrill at the demands and uniqueness of each hole. Greens are undulating and difficult. Huge bunkers lined with sleepers ...
... the Boathouse Bistro. Situated right at the edge of the loch we spent a quiet hour drinking coffee and reading the papers- lovely. The water was still, the bistro affording tranquil views across to Kinross House and Castle Island which is home to Loch Leven Castle. The castle is famous for being the place of captivity of Mary Queen of Scots between June 1567 and May 1568 before her escape. Boat trips also operate between the pier and castle under the stewardship ...
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