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... made of granite which has stood the test of time very well. We stood around talking for a while when I happened to notice the name on the headstone of the gravestone right next to my great grandparents. The name was so unusual 'Jane Aitken Mudie Forbes', I knew I had seen her name when researching my family tree. Uncle Innes said he did not know who she was & did not recognise the name. I was convinced that I had seen the name & that ...
... some very cute local soap bars on clearance for about 1/8 original price, so if any of you get one from me, you will realize what a cheapskate I am!! Seriously, though, it's in my Scottish blood to be thrifty, and I look at it like being able to save that much more for my next trip in hopefully a few more years.:)
Well, I'm going to finish up here and put some pics up. Hope you are all enjoying this blog!! Hope all are well!
... out how they are coping by Sabbath. :) I have been sent photos of some of their culinary creations, and I don't doubt they are eating very well. :) Maybe I can retire from cooking when I get home. :) But they told me this was MY travel blog and not to be their "survival" blog, so I will leave them to make their own special memories. It will be nice to be back with them, but of course I'm making the most of my time here.
I'm sitting in ...
... work ensured that Dunfermline benefitted greatly from his wealth through the building of swimming baths, a library (1881) and church pipes. He presented Pittencrieff Park to Dunfermline in 1903 and followed this by the setting up of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust to ensure its upkeep and the carry out other works that would provide 'sweetness and light’ for the ‘toiling masses’. The trust continues today to fund art and music events ...
... from Finland. I met Kristin, a German girl who’s getting her masters in economics, and Olivia, a girl from Belgium.
Perhaps my favorite of Kim’s friends in Saint Andrews was Diego, a warm guy from Guadalajara, Mexico who is currently getting his masters degree in International Economics at St. Andrews. Diego is fluent in Japanese, a language he acquired while studying for his undergraduate degree at a university in Kyoto, Japan.
All of us promptly ...