After leaving St Andrews we headed south, following the coast road. We stopped at a picturesque little fishing village called Pittenweem, which is still an active port with a daily fish market. After taking some photos we headed to Kirkcaldy for lunch. Kirkcaldy is known locally as ‘Lang Toun’ – literally Long Town – and is the 12th largest town (in terms of population) in Scotland. The Waterstones is located in a modern shop in the High Street in the centre of town. We didn’t have long to explore here as we wanted to visit some more places in the afternoon.