Seaview Private Hotel
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Today is Kirsty's Birthday! At breakfast she gets her presents then alas it is time for us to leave Summer Bay. Cameron has done a great job of taking out the recyclables this holiday and today is no exception. Well done him. After checking out we make our way to the Mall at Millenia where the Cheesecake Factory is situated. We have some time to kill so have a wander round the Mall. This is not very exciting for a 12 year old. At last our table is ready and ...
... trees of every variety known to man, from pines to Lombardy poplars via a lot of deciduous trees that I didn't recognise, with gorgeous trunks and bark. But no paths, no doocot, and a lot of nettles.
By this stage I was busting for a loo, so gave up all thoughts of doocots, beaches and golf courses and went to Physics & Astronomy to have a pee, a cup of tea in the students' canteen, and walk home with Graham.
... a t-shirt with a questionable damp patch down the front. Unfortunately, this point is also applicable for the tent…. And your boots… and your gloves… and your newly purchased "waterproof" trousers.
- When camping at the most tucked away rural Scottish loch, best to stop in a town before hand for some food supplies, especially when the camp ground supervisor asks you to wait hours for a meal ...
Back tracking from the picturesque Loch Ness we headed to the final golfing destination on our UK part of the trip, Carnoustie.
Steve's plan was to play as many great golf courses as he could on the final month of the trip and Carnoustie being one of, if not the hardest Open Championship course to play, would be a fitting finale.
Staying at a B & B called the 'Golf Links View which overlooks the 18th hole of the ...
... 8217; Of course he said to get your clubs because you can get on in 30 minutes. This time he played with a local couple who helped him navigate his way around the course much better the second time.
Del turned up just in time to see the group coming up the 18th. To her surprise and the crowd at the back of the green (all six of them) Steve’s second shot flew high over the flag and landed 60 feet from it. Two putts later he walked off with a ...