1 Golf Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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The morning looked like typical Scottish weather - misty rain and foggy. Great breakfast at the guest house, where Trevor (our guesthouse owner) let me know that he had been in touch with the course and getting a game would be no problem. Went to the New Course starter, hired some sticks and shoes, and I was off. The New Course is a walk up start course, so you can get a game anytime. I played with a lady from New ...
... the kitchen so I went to join them and met to other girls that live in our flat, one from California and one from Hong Kong and the one from California had made this big stew and mashed potatoes and gave some to all of us and shared wine with us too! It was so nice!! We had a lovely chat all together. Made me so excited for this year to meet such nice people!!
All is well and I sure am looking forward to my double (sheetless) bed tonight!! ...
... hide (for looking at and not shooting birds), so maybe they were there on purpose to thwart the hunters. Not long after, as I was walking down the road through one of the many golf courses in the area, I heard the duuf, duuf of a shotgun being fired, so I guess the ducks came anyway.
The rest of my walk was along the roads through the golf courses and then along West Sands for a few kilometres. This is an amazing beach by local standards and was well frequented by ...
... north. Remember?
Well, the first bit IS nice - along East Sands, and then up onto a cliff with pretty views back to St Andrews, and then a fork in the path with absolutely no signage at all, so the logical thing is to stick closely to the coast, isn't it? And of course that path quickly narrows to a tiny little muddy slipway - and we're in our comfortable walking-city-streets shoes, not our hiking boots, so we were ...
... and parking is very hard. So most people just stop in the street and then you have to make your way around them. This can become quite funny in the small villages as it is normal to do this and then the traffic has to work itself out. Unlike Australian where you can pull over beside just about any road anywhere anytime, here this is almost impossible so know where you are going before you set off or have a good navigator. In the areas that have a lot of tourist visitors the have made ...