West Port Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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This morning we leave St Andrews for the next leg of our journey. It's only about fifty miles but Ian wants to take the slightly longer route to drive on better roads. He sets up the sat nav and promptly misses his turning even though the sat nav told him to turn right and it's the same route that we followed yesterday towards Cupar. Apparently it's my fault. I deliberately distracted him so that we could take the scenic route. What? Anyway, it's too late now - three, four ...
... effort, it just sucks the fun out of life. There is an astounding amount of information on the internet about people’s “incredible” or “ghastly” travelling experiences, and whilst these ratings and recommendations can be undeniably helpful, handy and probably sensible to consult, they certainly don’t stand up to the liberating notion of what travel should be.
Where is the fun in all this ...
... girl who took our payment, we paid for our tea in as many coins as we could as between us we were getting quite a collection of small coins that didn't amount to much and we wanted them out of our wallets. We apologised and left a few extra since we did that. After that back under the ground like moles and back to our hotel. I am really starting to get used to this underground stuff. Robyn even said that I could do it easily on my own now as I got ...
Before we left, I wrote an entry about what was in our bags. Most people are amazed that we've
been travelling with only 35-40 litre packs. I say it's the only way to go. Next time we will be even lighter as we had too much with us. Here's what we learned and would change.
MOSQUITO NETS! This was our number one mistake! These are completely NOT necessary in SE Asia. Maybe if ...
... got a little more interesting. They the first cloned sheep on display. There was something for everyone there a lot of history on Scotland, furniture, coins, cutlery etc. a lot of things taken from churches, a lot of wood with some very impressive millwork and inlays. It took me 6 hours to get through the whole place. Grabbed some dinner and a pint at a pub on grassmarket. Come back to the hostel tried to figure out if I was going to stay in Edinburgh or catch the bus to ...