I’ve organised my essays and travel blogs about Scotland into six categories. I hope my words and pictures inspire you to explore our country slowly and considerately.
I love calling Scotland home. There’s so much to enjoy: deep lochs, cloud-covered mountains, white beaches, colourful seaside towns, and wildlife-filled forests. You’re also never far from some kind of archeological wonder.
Scotland was also a place of industry and innovation. Our cities are full of culture, artists, beautiful buildings, and often challenging histories. It’s worth taking the time to really understand our places and our people. I hope you enjoy exploring.
Scotland’s iconic capital city is hugged to the north by Fife and to the east by the quaint towns and countryside of the lovely East Lothian.
Known for its whisky, countryside, and outstanding collection of castles, Scotland’s north-east coast is worth so much more than just a day trip.
A usual weekend adventure involves escaping a short drive north to the forests and hills of Highland Perthshire. Cake is also compulsory.
Your Scotland to-do list is always going to include the Highlands. Here are some ideas for slowing down whilst you go from Inverness around the north coast.
The part of Scotland I grew up in, take your pick from the metropolis of the country’s biggest city, to Arran, or the corners of Argyll’s Secret Coast.
An often overlooked part of the country, Dumfries and Galloway, and the Scottish Borders, are both easily accessible and a treat for the eyes.