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  1. The Great Glen

    Scotland’s Great Glen is aptly named. For me this epic glen has it all, from haunting castles and historic towns, through to silvery lochs and soaring mountains. Getting around is all part of the fun too as you can drive, cycle, hike, hire a boat and even, thanks to a brand new canoe trail, now paddle your way coast to…

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  2. Perth in the Autumn

    Autumn is one of my favourite seasons. Crisp and sunny mornings, the changing colours of the leaves, and, of course, drinking lots of of hot chocolate during the cold nights!  For some, this is the time to start hibernating, but for me it’s the perfect time to experience Scotland’s outdoors in a different light. Especially beautiful in the autumn is…

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  3. Fife Coastal Trail Road Trip

    Going on a wee road trip is one of the best things on offer in Scotland. You can take off for the day exploring new destinations in the city, in the countryside or by the sea.  A couple of weeks ago Bart and I drove from Edinburgh to the coastal towns of Fife.  The sun was shining and we were in…

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  4. 5 things not to miss in Glasgow

    Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city. Located on the west coast, Glasgow was historically an industrial hub, and during the reign of the British Empire was one of the largest shipbuilding centres in the world. These days this vibrant and bustling city is renowned for its shopping, nightlife, museums and many restaurants. Not to mention the fact that the locals have…

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  5. The Lobster Shack

    On a recent trip to East Lothian, I sampled some tasty street eats at the Lobster Shack.  Located in the scenic coastal village of North Berwick, about a 30 minute drive from Edinburgh, the Lobster Shack is serving up fresh & local seafood next to the North Sea.  A perfect setting to enjoy a grilled lobster. Having just opened this…

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