Seasider, North Berwick

North Berwick is the most adorable seaside village.  Ice-cream and boats and the ‘burn the roof of your mouth off cause it’s so good but so darn hot’ chowder from the Lobster Shack and sea and sand and the kind of locals that stop in the street just for a chat (with your dogs) and palm trees and sunshine (not…
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Scottish beach tour – Yellowcraig

What can I say about all this beach spam?  Sorry not sorry?  That about covers it.  Driving round Scotland checking out all the beaches in the name of ‘research’ just about makes this the best job ever.  And this one, Yellowcraig, is one of the best.  The husband thinks this is it, no need to look any further, he has…
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Scottish beach tour- Heads of Ayr

Let’s just start by saying that this beach is not exactly easy to find.  But when you do slip to the back of the caravan park and walk through a wheat field (or bounce through a wheat field), pop through a gate style and turn a corner to start the descent to Heads of Ayr beach, well, let’s just say…
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Scotland in 48 hours

When a self confessed Scotland newbie comes to stay for the weekend, hi Nancy, you better be sure you’re gonna pack in just about everything the good ol’ homeland has to offer.  This is Thankfifi’s Scotland in 48 hours… Let’s start with a dog walk through Kelvingrove Park and head straight to Kember and Jones to feed my weekend habit…
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Scottish beach tour – Camusdarach

I did some research and turns out Scotland has some of the best looking beaches in the world.  No lie.  Camusdarach isn’t exactly in easy striking distance from Glasgow but she was the object of my affections and the 4 hour drive brought us here.  Walking through sand dunes and grasses and you just turn a corner to see these…
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