Wondering where the Shetland Isles are? This article will tell you, along with some stories of why Shetland’s position has been so important over the centuries.
Some funny Jokes from a scotsman
Edinburgh city centre is often left in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle in more ways than one when it comes to tourism and its popularity with visitors from overseas. This page looks at just a few of the many attractions which can be found in Edinburgh, away from the Castle and the Old Town but still...
Ben Nevis. Hiking U.K.’s Highest Mountain. Any trip to Scotland is incomplete without a trip to the Scottish Highlands. Not particularly lofty, these mountains are better known for their mystifying beauty and ruggedness. The combination of high...
A collection of black and white photographs taken in Glasgow in 1979, mostly in and around the West end, University, Byres Road, Maryhill.
The ferry from Kennacraig is the most popular method of reaching the Isle of Islay, off Scotland's West Coast. This page looks at the Islay ferry, the terminals and the crossing experience.
Scotland's Loch Ness is most known for it's primary legendary resident, Nessie. We toured both Loch Ness and the local Medieval Urquhart Castle on our trip to the Highlands.
A short history and some Interesting facts about the national dress of Scotland.
The Royal Mile is the ancient road which connects Edinburgh Castle with Holyrood Palace and represents the very heart of the old town. It is packed with historical and cultural places of interest.
Hamilton Mausoleum is an impressive reminder of the Dukes of Hamilton and their one time magnificent palace and estate. This brief visitor guide includes photos from outside and inside the mausoleum.