Where ever I travel, I like to adopt things. Not animals or children, I’ve enough of both to keep me going for the foreseeable future, but traditions, local made goods, drinks , food. Especially the last two. Those who know me will know that I like a little bit of something sweet now and again … Continue reading Sweet Treats From Scotland
If you google the phrase ‘health benefits of getting outdoors’, you’ll get about 155,000,000 results, and the consensus seems to be that getting outside is good for you. I am an absolute convert to this way of thinking. I firmly believe that time spent outdoors has a direct positive impact on physical and emotional wellbeing. But,… Continue reading The Glasshouse Experience @ Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden
Edinburgh is a city bursting with things to see and do and the centre is definitely worth exploring. But Edinburgh, like many big cities, is basically a series of villages. And it’s worth making use of the frequent and inexpensive public transport to head out and explore the suburbs. The affluent area of Morningside is… Continue reading Wild West in Edinburgh.
Yesterday was the first of December and that means two things. Firstly, Silly Season is officially underway and pretty much anything can be justified with the phrase ‘oh go on then, it’s Christmas’. Secondly, it’s time to begin the Christmas countdown by opening a door each day on an Advent Calendar. But it’s not just… Continue reading 24 Doors of Advent in Edinburgh
Blowing the dust off this blog of mine to share my first impressions of the city I now call home- Edinburgh!
City breaks are a thing now. The idea of taking one big holiday is fading, replaced by a number of shorter breaks. Including, but not limited to, the fabulous thing that is the city break. City breaks are great – they can be tailored to any budget, are flexible, can be an affordable means… Continue reading Planning a City Break