Hidup adalah pilihan-pilihan.... Kita bisa memilih untuk menunda perjalanan untuk santai sejenak... .
Ataupun terus membuka diri meski berjalan dengan tertatih-tatih...... Banyak sekali pilihan yang dapat kita pilih.....
Dan rupanya setiap kejadian yang baik ataupun buruk yang datang dalam kehidupan kita adalah hasil dari pilihan-pilihan ini...
Setiap keputusan dalam hidup kita pasti selalu dipertemukan dengan dua pilihan...
Dan ini akan sangat menentukan keberhasilan kita kelak dikemudian hari.....
Pilihan yang terbaik akan memberikan hasil yang membaikkan demikian juga sebaliknya.
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The Old Course at St Andrews, the most famous golf course in the world, and some buildings in town.
La Old Course de St Andrews, le parcours de golf le plus célèbre au monde, et quelques bâtiments de ma ville.
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A day in Fife, starting with Forth Road Bridges and some Fishermen Villages.
Photos of boats and lighthouse are from Anstruther.
Une journée à Fife, qui a débuté par les Forth Road Bridges et quelques villages de pêcheurs.
Les photos de bateaux et du phare ont été prises à Anstruther.
The main entrace of Falkland Palace through the Gatehouse tower...
Before Falkland Palace was built a hunting lodge existed on the site in the 12th century. This lodge was expanded in the 13th century and became a castle which was owned by the Earls of Fife – the famous Clan MacDuff.
Between 1501 and 1541 Kings James IV and James V transformed the old castle into a beautiful royal palace: with Stirling Castle it was one of two Renaissance palaces in Scotland. James V extended his father's buildings in French renaissance style. He built a Royal Tennis Court in the grounds of the Palace which was completed in 1541. The court still survives to this day and is the oldest in Britain. James died at Falkland Palace in December 1542, from an illness induced by the shock and grief of his army's defeat at Solway Moss and of his wife's failure to give him a male heir, instead giving birth to the future Mary, Queen of Scots.
Falkland became a popular retreat with all the Stewart monarchs. They practised falconry there and used the vast surrounding forests for hawking and for hunting deer.
They also loved using the Royal Tennis Court; Queen Mary became especially fond of the game, and it is recorded that she scandalised the people of Scotland by wearing men's breeches to play.
A fire partially destroyed the palace during its occupation by Cromwell's troops, and it quickly fell into ruin.
In 1887 John, 3rd Marquis of Bute purchased the estates of Falkland and started a 20-year restoration of the palace.
In 1952, the Hereditary Keeper Major Michael Crichton Stewart decided to appoint the National Trust for Scotland to take care of the Palace. The National Trust thus became Deputy Keeper of the Palace, and they now care for and maintain the Palace and its extensive gardens.
Within, visitors can view the Keeper's Apartments in the Gatehouse tower, the Chapel Royal and gallery.