New Hall - University of St Andrews
Travel Blogs from St. Andrews
... quarry, and another Den that Mandi had talked about. The lake was some sort of private fishing area with numbered jetties all around and fierce notices to keep out. I mostly did, and found the path along another lovely den full of autumn trees, where I stopped to eat my sandwiches on a comfortable if rather leafy bench. These benches are made from recycled plastic bags like our picnic table, and so should last forever.
The path leads on to the banks of the River ...
... did the whole passport-wait-for-gate-number-security- board deal, then at the other end the 747-to-Ferrytoll followed by the X59-to-St-Andrews, luckily with only 15 or 20 minutes wait this time, and I'd had the sense to buy a bottle of water and a nasty biscuit at the airport before leaving. Gray was waiting at St Andrews bus station in the pouring rain, so we took a cab home... why is it that even the shortest little international hop still takes one ALL DAY?
... The beach to one side with the tide out and the cluhouse on the other.
The main clubhouse while beautiful looks quite modest in size compared to many in North America. You can walk along both sides of the 2 holes nearest the club house and even cross the fairway. It is a most interesting setup.
We wandered around there for a bit and then ventured into the town proper.
The town is a beautiful mixture of old and new. Beautifully restored historic structures, some ...
... Kim and Bacon in another. I walked Alex and Catherine (both volunteered to stay behind so all could fit in the cab) back to their apt. Prior to that, I had shut the cast down and asked that all the Honey Loquat be confiscated. I cancelled any promos the cast had tomorrow, in addition all extra curricular activities. I also shut Jessie down for tomorrows performance and will monitor her health before allowing her back on stage. I am doing ...
... The other most important
employers are the council, the oil industry, the manufacturing industry and Health.
Tourism is very important in this place because Orkney has a rich history,
especially with its role during the two World Wars. Because of that, I would
say people are friendlier, not that the rest of Scotland is rude, but they know
that the money come from tourism so they must treat foreigners with their best
manners if they want them to come back ...