I live in Edinburgh and travel a lot, myself, in Scotland. I`m especially keen on the many beautiful and remote islands, whisky distilleries and golf and can help with travelling around and good places to stay. Also reknowned, locally, as an expert on Edinburgh pubs :o)
I am a travel operator myself, but also contribute to chat lines (Scotchat and Electric Scotland) on Scotland, advising prospective visitors, to help them, not to make money!
I wrote "Pack it all in", an eight page colour newspaper for the Australian Tourist Commission - a guide to budget travel in Australia and also "Stray out there" a guide to budget travel in the UK and Ireland. Updated the Fodor Guide to Scotland for 2004 - the Argyll and the Isles section.
The Haggis is a three-legged animal which lives on mountainsides. Two short legs and one long leg mean it can only go in one direction, to trap, make it turn around and it will tumble down the mountain into your waiting net.
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hi Ian, I always take my passport. I know they say you can use any official documentation containing an up to date photo, but......?? Currently on holiday with our aunt, she uses BA all the time and
Go from St. Andrews to Stirling and visit the castle and the Wallace Monument. From there take the road to Balloch and then up the West bank of Loch Lomond and all the way up to Crianlarich. From there
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Hi Mandean, The fastest way to travel from Manchester to London is train. The shortest journey time is two hours each way. That is from the city centre to centre. You would slso have to factor in
Smashing idea, Gail, but no, sorry. You will have to go by bus from Uig to Portree and then on to Glasgow, then take the bus or train down to Troon and catch the catamaran to Larne which is about 10
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