Posts tagged A Travel Guide to Scotland

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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A trip to Braemar

What an amazing run of gorgeous sunny weather we’ve had here in Scotland over the last few months, I mean seriously good weather! Made me slightly annoyed with myself for going back to my summer…

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A love affair with Scotland

Twelve years ago today I went on a date. A lunch time date because I had to be up at 5am the next morning for work, but lunchtime turned into late afternoon and evening. We…

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A guided tour of Islay

To many it is known as the Whisky Isle with it’s eight distilleries across the island but as we recently discovered on a guided tour of Islay this Queen of the Hebrides has so much…

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Highland Safaris, Perthshire

Drive just seventeen miles west of Pitlochry, away from the busy A9, you reach the small village of Dull and although it is only a short drive away from Aberfeldy it still feels quite remote…

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