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Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot…
2014-02-16 04:58
I thought the first line to the popular Burns’ song Auld Lang Syne would be appropriate on this occasion, which marks my goodbye to this blog. After more than two years I am closing u… Read More
The Big Move...
2014-02-16 04:58
It has been almost a year since I said goodbye to this blog and now my Scotsman and I are saying goodbye to Scotland as well. After much discussion and even more paperwork, we are moving to… Read More
Gullane's Black Rocks, Then Cake
2011-06-05 11:36
In the gentle world of East Lothian, it is easy to make a trip to the beach stretch out the way the sun laps from the dunes to the shore in the late afternoon. Be as lazy or adventurous as… Read More
Deep Fried Pizza. Get It In Ye.
2011-05-26 17:32
This is a pizza supper. Take a pizza. Fold it half. Plunge it into hot oil until maximum saturation is reached.If you dare, unfold the greasy pizza and fill it with chips until you are have… Read More
The Long Walk Of Foodie Torture
2011-05-23 15:36
A wee while back I undertook a stroll through areas of Edinburgh known as Morningside, Bruntsfield and The Meadows. My guidebook was once again the Pocket Mountains Edinburgh edition of 40… Read More
Isle Of May: Highlights
2011-04-30 20:38
The Isle of May will make you think of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Lost World. On the island’s western side, sheer cliffs reach up from the waters of the Firth of Forth. Noisy guillimot… Read More
Kirkcaldy To Dysart: The Longest Short Walk
2011-04-25 12:23
Looking at a map, the walk from Kirkcaldy to Dysart is short. The two are so close in fact that Dysart is considered another suburb of Kirkcaldy and if you stick to the roads the two communi… Read More
Daytrip To Kirkcaldy And The Links Market
2011-04-18 12:39
When I first arrived in Kirkcaldy I was underwhelmed.My first impression was that of a practical town, a mix of the occasional charming stone building, horrendous apartment blocks that were… Read More
Sunset Over Blackness Castle
2011-04-17 21:34
Few words tonight my bloggy friends. Just a fine Scottish sunset falling behind the stones and harbour of Blackness Castle.Often referred to as “the ship that never sailed,” Blac… Read More

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