Slow travel for the senses

Did anyone else watch the programme on BBC2 called Travelling Blind? It was quite possibly one of THE best travel programmes I have seen for some time. Sharing the the story of Amar Latif who…

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A visit to Cambo Estate

It was my birthday recently and since moving to Scotland we have made a point of spending the day at the seaside (usually the East Neuk of Fife) to celebrate. This year was no exception,…

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Pine Cone Point walk in Perthshire

Living in Scotland we feel extremely lucky to have so many options for walks and days out, without even leaving big tree country. With flat trails around lochs, plenty of small hills with cracking views…

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An evening at the Scottish Steakhouse

With the bells of 2019 still chiming loud and clear in our ears, new years resolutions, so far, still intact, online declarations of people doing Dry January and Veganuary have been filling up my social…

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2018 – Scotland in photos

I wasn’t going to do a round up blog post for this year but then I realised it’s been a good year, so why not give you our 2018 – Scotland in photos? I am,…

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Coorie in at Cringletie House

December already! How did that happen? I’m normally champing at the bit to put the Christmas tree up and write cards to send south to family and friends but this year I’m just not feeling…

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Munro bagging and why it’s not for me

Munro definition: a mountain in Scotland with a height over 3,000 feet (914.4 m) and there are 282 all there for the taking. A person who completes/conquers a munro is known to have ‘bagged’ it and…

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The A-Z of Me

My wardrobe mainly consists of outdoors kit, all with its own job to do – keep me warm, keep me dry, help me stay on my feet. Most of it is brightly coloured or patterned….

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