The United Kingdom is a pretty diverse country that’s perfect place to explore at any time of the year. The plus side of our summers being erratic is that our winters aren’t particularly extreme so there’s no ‘wrong’ time to visit the UK. With literally hundreds of  cities and towns,  shed loads of castles and multitudes of … Continue Reading

Sometimes it’s easy to forget what’s right on our doorstep – especially when there are so many beautiful and world-renowned historic sites that are only a stone’s throw away! We’re fortunate that we have so many UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland… from the unique City of Bath, … Continue Reading

I have no idea how I ended up living in Edinburgh. I never had any real ambitions to move to Scotland or to live in Edinburgh but ambitions or not, I ended up calling Edinburgh home for about 4 years. To be honest, I absolutely LOVED living in Edinburgh, the quality of life here is … Continue Reading

St Andrews is a beautiful Scottish town on coast of Fife and is famous for its University (with alumni like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – Prince William and Kate, it’s understandly why this is the case), its golf links and absolutely stunning coastline. Oh, and then there’s the architecture here which is worth … Continue Reading

Scotland has it all, doesn’t it? Deep fried mars bars (that I’m still too scared to try), Hogmanay, Annie Lennox, J. K. Rowling (who once said of herself “They see me Rowling, they hatin’…“) and of course those wonderful kilts that I genuinely wish I could pull off 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Despite the fact that kilts don’t suit … Continue Reading

There’s no place like home… and in this case, I’ve got to agree! Britain is a stunner of an island that’s brought to the world the joys of crumpets, afternoon tea and the Spice Girls. Whats not to love! 😉 Us Brits are proud of our no-so-little island; from the beauty of the Cotswolds, the … Continue Reading

Edinburgh is one of Scotland’s most charming cities, filled to the brim of things to do, sights to see and experiences to be had. With well over a thousand years of rich cultural history, Edinburgh has to be on your “travel lust list”. Edinburgh is easily one of my favourite cities to visit and even … Continue Reading

Being the capital city, it’s no doubt that there’s a pretty hefty amount of the best bars in Edinburgh to visit. From cool bars with bespoke cocktails, to fine brand whisky houses, Edinburgh has something for every taste. You see, across the city, from the Royal Mile, Leith and George Street, there’s a huge mix of … Continue Reading

Glasgow is such a spectacular city, being the largest in Scotland and one of the top five largest in the UK. Like its friendly neighbour Edinburgh, Glasgow is steeped in ancient and long-living history that you can immerse yourself within. Take a look at some of my favourite things to do while you visit one … Continue Reading

Remember when I said to you how you can go on Safari in Scotland? Well, the idea has been stuck in my head since then and I finally got round to going! The safari park is called Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park and it was such a fun-filled day! This is meant to be a photo diary … Continue Reading

Scotland is such a beautiful country to explore, and with so much to see and do, you’ll be wanting to stay for a longer trip. This is especially true when seeing all the best castles in Scotland that are dotted around the country.  You see, it’s not only, Scottish culture, music, or Scottish food that … Continue Reading

Have you ever wanted to visit an enchanted forest in the beautifully mysterious Scottish countryside! Well, this years event – held in Pitlochry, Scotland is sure to be a magical experience that you will want to explore! 🎉 What Is The Enchanted Forest? Nestled in the forestries of Perthshire, the Enchanted Forest is an ever-popular … Continue Reading

Scotland is beautiful, but you already knew that! While studying at St. Andrews University (in Scotland), I was able to explore so much of this wonderful country – which, I think, is one of the most diverse and picturesque countries in the world! From rolling hills and summer meadows in the east – to dramatic … Continue Reading

A Burns night and the Burns poem is a national institution and something I became accustomed to during my time at university in St. Andrews, Scotland. It’s something that is celebrated with great flair and affection in Scotland and more recently “south of the border” in the rest of the UK and the world! It’s … Continue Reading