Of all the senses, it's said that scent is the one most closely connected with memory. Other than a lovely whisky liqueur and a few agriculturally based wafts (*cough* cows *cough*), I don't remember tooContinue Reading
Scotland is full of tales both tall and true. Here are a couple about the Campbells and the MacDonalds in Glencoe.
The Highlands are filled with bens (mountains), glens (valleys), and lochs (lakes), most of which have several hundreds of years of stories to go with them. Clans and kings, religious leaders and Viking conquests, faeries,Continue Reading
A visit to a very magical place.
The Isle of Skye, with its sweeping, dramatic views, is peppered with hidden corners of delicate beauty. Many of these places, whether reflecting the actual beliefs of locals or just fancifcully named for tourists, carryContinue Reading
A lovely view from Inverlochy and some teasers of more to come!
Traveling light – and cheap! – in London. First peek.
Despite the cold, the weather here in London has been surprisingly cooperative - and dry! I've been exploring the surroundings with Linda from IslandMomma. We've already been to one pre-World Travel Market blogging event andContinue Reading