These two days were supposed to be somewhat relaxing after the huge crowds in London and Edinburgh, but as you read in my earlier post, it turned out to be somewhat stressful. Once we were finally on our way however, it became one of the early highlights of our trip.
First stop was St Andrews. It was a Sunday, so the Old Course was closed, which was perfect because we could go and have a walk around!
Coastline at St Andrews. Looking a little foggy
Inside the St Andrews Golf Museum
Standing in the Road Hole Bunker, possibly the most famous bit of golf course in the world!
Looks bloody deep from this angle!
Bridge over the creek on the 18th.
Weather started to clear a lot in the time that we were there
Scottish countryside is just beautiful
Single lane road to get to our B&B! Every hundred metres or so they had a little turnout area where oncoming traffic could sit and wait for you to pass. Once a truck had to stop and reverse for us to get past, quite an interesting experience.
The drive out to the B&B was worth it, place was amazing and at £50 a night it was also incredibly cheap.