Scottish Golf Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Angkor; Cambodia and it's friendly natives provided so many memories. Then it
was onto Vietnam, with its crazy road-crossing (just walk in front of traffic,
they'll stop for you), sensational food (I could live on spring rolls quite
contently) and the cheapest beer I've ever had at 10p a cup (tastes better than
Tennents). After a month there, a 21 hour bus ride got me into Laos. The best
way to describe my time here is relaxed. I usually prefer the hustle ...
... the Johnston Clan in Australia. We are extremely grateful for the offers of accommodation in New Zealand from our friends Alan and Angie Alexander, and David Wright and Ann Child. In Thailand we are being hosted by our friends John and Sarah Leishman. As the weather in North Berwick has become very cold, with our first frosts and snow, we wish we had already left by ...
... that we have a 2 hour drive to our next b&b near Muirfield we decide it would be fun to play the monster again...all 18. We finished about 7:15 pm and jumped in the car. Scott as driver was having none of this let's just take it easy and get there when we get there...we did 90 all the way , probably picked up more than a few speeding tix from police cams and made the trip in under an hour and a half!! What a day
... might be pretty waterways like the Kincaple Coarse Angling Club's one, but realised I was going nowhere fast as I started sinking knee-deep into the soft ground, so instead went round and along the road for a short way, where I passed the splendidly named Knockhill of Nydie Caravan Park - a much larger field, being mowed as I passed, with swings for the kiddies, but no power.
And no way into the woods surrounding the quarries... so I wended my way ...
... all apparently finding their way around so we thought maybe Summer School residents. Not great pics yet, but I'm sure there will be plenty more!
Despite the full larder, we decided we would continue with our usual tradition of getting fish & chips for our first dinner in a new home. We has quite a long wait, but it was extremely fresh so worth it. We ate it in the lovely sunny back garden and revelled in being "at home" at last - albeit a different ...