Having left Aviemore, we proceed northwards along the A9. The Scottish landscape is extremely picturesque and colourful. We are en route to the farthest end of the country. But along the way, we stop to visit the Urquhart Castle, one of medieval Scotland’s largest castles and important strongholds. The Castle was built in the, Read More

Scotland is lovely. Actually, Scotland is more than just lovely…it is unreservedly friendly, full of unpronounceable words and has some absolutely fascinating history. My journey into Scotland begins in Stirling. Located between Glasgow and Edinburgh, Stirling is a quiet, laidback city in central Scotland with its own share of history. On the Abbey Craig, Read More

I just love the outdoors. Spaces and landscapes that include gardens, lakes, mountains, oceans, long winding roads, turn me on! It’s pure exhilaration and gratuitous peace. So two days into my visit to Stirling, I am in the back of a rented car on a road trip across Scotland. After three hours of driving, Read More