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... some of the best food on the planet, making new friends in the most
random of ways, and deciding whether after too much free whisky, was it time to
splash out $1 on a large beer.
But I am not here to dwell. The past week has allowed me
time to realise and fully appreciate some of amazing things about travelling.
Usually I focus on writing about where I've been and what I've done, but
chances are I'm going to be repeating a lot of these stories over ...
Putting a 3 month trip like this together is a major task - 7 countries to visit, 20 flights, conforming luggage, travel insurance, passports, visas, vaccinations, currency, 5 car hires, driving licences, accomodation in 16 places plus motel stops in NZ, sightseeing, , and - oh yes - paying for it all! The destinations are Las Vegas, Vancouver Island, Seattle, ...
... wind and in for 9 with opposite wind, Carnoustie changes wind direction every hole..... brutal and mentally exhausting. The bunkers are freak!n deep!!! Like over your head deep at times.....see pics of Connor...HA! Really felt the links experience of putting into the wind and running a ball in low from 100yds....really fun. The 16th hole is a 235 yd par 3 that Tom Watson says is the hardest in the world. In 12 ...
... gate closed (making sure to tie it tightly again after me) and sallied forth. The quite nice looking pasture soon deteriorated into a rabbit-infested swamp, with enormous "dongas" and more nasty gorse, and on the far side the only way out appeared to be through someone's garden (something I definitely would not have been comfortable with, and even the open-minded Scottish Right of Access would frown on) so I had to wriggle my way through a bit of broken wall ...
... arrived is, "all your food has arrived!" At first we didn't know what she was talking about (especially when pronounced "fud!") but it would seem that my WONDERFUL friend Anne has had a giant consignment of groceries delivered: everything from bread and milk to sausages, pasta and rice; tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper; salad and veggies, a vast selection of fruit; fruit juice; even olive oil and fresh ginger! And not only that, she had even posted a pack of ...