The St Michaels Inn
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Yet another week has passed that has left me with a big smile on my face and immense gratitude in my heart. The week began with Easter Sunday - a beautiful day with not a single cloud in the sky and the sun warming up the weather to 20 degrees! I started off the day by doing a little Easter egg hunt with Francis and Elliot and enjoying the fresh air while getting some chocolate. I then headed off to East Sands, one of the beaches here, to soak in some sun with my ...
In Laos for example, the curfew
for bars is somewhere around 11-11.30pm. But that can always be body-swerved
through a close relationship with or a little bribe to the local police or
mafia (not necessarily a difference there).
4. That lying down all day in a
market stall counts as work.
For many Asians, their only source
of income is through the products they sell at their market stalls. Competition
can be rife, particularly in ...
... vegetable source all year for me (except maybe winter when the vegetable selection is pretty limited to Jerusalem artichokes!)
Our touring around for the day was done and we all spent a couple hours chatting in the kitchen. Tom's, (from Boston), cooking abilities are limited to PB & J sandwiches (black currant jam because he thought it was the same thing as grape jelly...) but he upgraded for dinner and had canned soup and canned corn (he was ...
... bridge and we had intended to head to the East Neuk of Fife to drive up the picturesque fishing villages to St Andrews. We saw a sign for the Tourist Coastal Route so we opted to take that on the way. **** decision. The Coastal route between North Queensferry and Kirkcaldy is rubbish. Probably be better to walk but in the car there's not much to see. More drama when the useless driver in front of us freaked out at some roadworks where he had to do a hill start and ...
... A few minutes later I look in the rear view mirror to see them driving in exactly the same car! After a reunion in the car park, Mum and I watched the boys tee off before having a much needed coffee at the clubhouse.
In need of some girl time we drove into the nearby town of Perth, to have a good catch up and do some shopping!
Originally designed by Jack Nicklaus Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course is ...