Scottish minibreaking – Inverness

I always love driving North.  Somehow it is like you are being lifted out of every day life and dropped into a Scottish movie.  Head North in October and you are in for an even bigger treat for the colours of the hills are a-changing… The drive from Kilmacolm to Inverness is more than a hop, a skip and a…
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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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Scottish minibreaking – North Berwick

Go to the beach in spring they said.  It will be beautiful they said.  Cue forty five mile per hour winds (aka gale force), hail, snow, sun, sub zero temperatures, colossal waves and sand that whips your face like a brutal dermabrasion.  But beautiful it was nonetheless… STAY We stayed in the cutest Airbnb which was bang in the centre yet only twenty…
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Scottish mini-breaking – Kenmore

How is it even possible that we have been visiting Kenmore for eight years straight this same week and yet never have I ever shared a travel guide of any sort?  Well, let’s just right that wrong here and now.  Kenmore is an almost completely random little village, and when I say village that is perhaps even a grand assumption…
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