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... find a way into the forest surrounding Clarement Burn that leads to the Bishop’s Wood and is ultimately in the direction I want to go.
A narrow tongue of woodland abuts the main road, so I jumped a wall and started on my way to the burn. Scottish woodland isn’t easy to walk through as it is covered by lush undergrowth that hides water filled hollows and fallen logs. As I should have realised before I got there, the burn is in a steep sided heavily wooded ...
... muddy, very wet, and freezing cold. The path went around the headland and then came up and rejoined a nice wide, gravelled path that had gone over the top... now wouldn't it have been nice to have had some sort of indication at the fork??
But that's the worst of it over, surely, so on we go, cheerily remarking on the lovely views, the lovely cliffs, now why couldn't the Leuchars-to-St-Andrews bit have been like ...
... of drinking in Scotland. As we discussed this, a local man standing nearby said firmly, of course he was drinking, look, the wide end of the horn was to his lips, you don't blow a hunting horn from the wide end! He explained that the man-drinking-on-a-horse is quite a common sub-genre of Pictish art. So the Scots have been at it for a while.
(As an aside, much later in our final shopping expedition before returning the car, I was trying to avoid ...
... there for a while to make him look a dick. After I let Aaron out he went to the bar and bought us some awful shots to try, Mariana was having none of it and well Dani, she was falling asleep on the sofa haha.
Shortly after we all left the club and came to the conclusion to call it a night because we had to be up early the next day. Aaron on the other hand stayed out to make the most of it. Us three walked back to get some sleep (well some sleep anyway)
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On Tuesday I went to St. Andrews Cathedral, the castle, the aquarium and the British Golf Museum. The aquarium has meerkats! (Desert animal in an aquarium. Go figure.) In the golf museum I learned that the first golf balls were stuffed with feathers. I also went to the Old Course Hotel for afternoon tea. I had peppermint tea with assorted scones and pastries. It ...
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