We also swung through St. Andrews, were we got out and saw the remains of the famous Cathedral.
The day was so incredibly windy. So windy that they cancelled a (yawn) golf tournament in St. Andrews. I thought the wind was good fun, it made us laugh a lot, because all of us girls are on the tiny side and kept losing our balance and various articles of outerwear.
Looking at the River Tay from the top of Dundee
Eli, Stuart, Megumi, Madhuri
I really liked the drive. It was great to be in a car, on a roadtrip, passing beautiful things like rainbows and hay bales and fields of strawberries, sheep everywhere, gorgeous lighting, 80s hits on the radio, all with good company. While Eli (Athens) had a phone conversation in animated Greek, Megumi (Japan) giggled in wonder at the thought of curly fries, while Madhuri (Bangalore) talked about contemporary art in India with Stuart (Glasgow), our unofficial tour guide for the day, who occasionally cursed slow drivers in his scottish version of English (jaysus f**cken 'ell).