1 Golf Place
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... people visit or talk about, and I am not sure why. It was completely underrated and breathtaking. Being there made me feel like I was taking a step back from reality and it was so nice to be out in the open air and just truly take it all in. The first day I was there I didn't even pull out my phone to take that many pictures because I was truly just happy walking around and truly enjoying the views and where I was.
We grabbed a quick toastie (grilled ...
Somehow, already one week ago I arrived in Scotland. Carrying along with me just a suitcase and a backpack, I felt simultaneously thrilled and nervous about the adventure that awaited. I was thrilled that the time had finally come to start my year of new experiences, new people to meet and new lessons to be learned; I was thrilled that after completing applications and filling out forms, I was actually physically here. And nervous because all I knew was the name of my new ...
The next four days ... We have now all but recovered from jet lag and I am enjoying the 5 am sunshine and solitude during my morning runs. The fact that we have been blessed with fabulous weather and timed our visit for midsummer, has meant that we can cram a lot into the long days. Who would have thought that I could develop a tan in Scotland! On Thursday we had a day in Dundee and the boys went to the kilt shop to finalise outfits for next Saturday's ...
I had to change trains at York, and when I got onto the train that would take me to Leuchars was surprised to see it was jam-packed, with enormous trunks blocking the aisle. I didn't realise until we got into Leuchars that they all belonged to students arriving for the start of Orientation tomorrow. So sleepy little Leuchars station felt like Sutho in Friday evening rush-hour.
Adding to the complication was the Leuchers Air Show ...
... along the fencelines.
Having decided to get the boat from Newcastle, which takes us close to Amsterdam, we book the tickets for the next day and find ourselves another camp ground, which is in a farmers paddock, run by the farmer. He comes around on his 4wheeler to collect the money. Full facilities are on site, and it is a nice spot, with families camped in two paddocks and for the first time, we hear children playing football with mums and ...