Loch Ness in Autumn – history, myths and monstrous legends

Let me take you on a journey.  A journey of history, myths, breathtaking scenery and monstrous legends… Last weekend we found ourselves mini-breaking in Inverness and, naturally, exploring Loch Ness featured big on our itinerary.  Now I bet the loch is beautiful any time of year (in fact we chatted to a local who had attended a launch in the summer…
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In My City – a Glasgow guide with Fitflop

Living in the centre of Glasgow for around twenty years, and over a decade of that in Finnieston, meant that we developed a strong affiliation to our favourite haunts.  Fitflop asked me to take them, and you, on a little tour in their new F-Sporty II sneakers and I happily obliged.  You guys know I love my Fitflops, and I…
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Portugal travel guide – Carvoeiro

First up, don’t say I didn’t warn you, this may be my longest post ever…  but, my goodness, the Algarve coast is a beauty. Four nights in this curious mix of coastline; on the one hand teeming with tourism and on the other just pure, take your breath away, natural beauty.  Let me preface this by saying that I often…
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Philips Steam Sanctuary, Limewood Hotel

The invite blogger dreams are made of. Twenty four hours of pure bliss at Limewood Hotel dipping myself in that picture perfect heated pool and de-wrinkling first my clothes (I will never iron again* thanks to this lil’ guy who shall from here on in be known at Philip) followed by myself in the mindfulness workshop, discovering rose lined boulevards,…
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A girls weekend in Fayence, France

A photo diary of a weekend in the most beautifully French villa, Les Terraces, just outside Fayence with the most wonderful group of girls. This was in fact a hen weekend but not as we know them…  Yes, there were games of pass the parcel and guess the knickers and an illuminating Mr & Mrs quiz but mostly this was…
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