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Section 5 To Ceres

Section 1: To North Queensferry

Section 2: To Kingseat

Section 3: To Scotlandwell

Section 4: To Falkland

Section 5: To Ceres

Section 6: To St Andrews
St Andrew's Way Route
The first part of the day is absolutely flat across the Howe of Fife. 'Howe' is an anglicised version of Scots 'haugh', low-lying land by a river: in this case the River Eden. Well, pilgrims expect paradise - or am I too obtuse? Beyond Newton of Falkland, Kingskettle, and Balmalcolm – where Muddy Boots Restaurant is recommended – we head up Down Law, via Kettlehill and Burnturk, using a sunken lane. We pass Chance Inn. The inn where horses were changed has gone: Change Inn. Soon, we do find an inn in Craigrothie, but presently continue to Ceres [say "seeriss"] on an ancient pilgrim route. Try to visit their folk museum. The Singing Kettle

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