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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the mine although they were fortunately counter attacked by the defenders, hence the counter mine. It would have been a horrendous job, silently slicing through the sand stone rock, bent over digging sideways. My back ached just thinking about it. We climbed through the mine and counter mine marvelling at a years arduous work only to be meet by defeat.
We had a fantastic lunch at The Vic. Hotel, the boys were rapt to find there ...
... was WINDY! Like 50km/h windy... But no rain and comfortable temperatures which made for quite a fun adventure! We met our caddie... We were a bit weary at first... Tom seemed like a guy who may not be incredibly enthused about caddying for 3 young women... But he opened up after a bit and finished the round cracking some funny jokes with typical Brit humour. We took turns having our bags being carried. Highlights ...
So, here are the observations I
made during my travels and contemplations I have had since I left...
1. Sometimes it's best not to
Asia works. As Westerners, we are
set in many ways that we consider the best method of doing something, but
Asians have their own means. Sometimes they don't always seem understandable at
first thought, but I realised that they always work out in the end. I learned
that buses that ...
What a wonderful sleep one can enjoy when the bed finally has sheets and a duvet! I woke up feeling well rested and headed it off to the bedding store, and I sure hope that's my last trip to that store during my stay at St Andrews!! I exchanged my second fitted sheet and all bedding related issues had officially been resolved!
I went to different information sessions for volunteer opportunities which were interesting and then my favourite part of ...
... RosÚs in the sun. Amazing. I got an amazing gift from the girls which they are even shipping back for me. It’s a beautiful painting of Edinburgh. I can’t wait to have it framed as well as a framed pic of all of us. Looks totally quiche. We had dinner and drinks in another favourite spot while Jason babysat Alfie one last time and as quick as the night started it was over. We all over indulged with burgers and couldn’t really move ...