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 run a tour company bringing visitors to Scotland - Whisky Tours and golf tours mainly, but general tours also. I am already listed as an Expert in the UK section.
Wrote for Fodor's Guide to Scotland. Wrote "Stray Out There" on Backpacking in Ireland and UK. Also wrote a guide on Backpacking in Australia, for Australian Tourist Commission.
Some college. Traveled and lived all over the world. You can't beat that for an education!
Two of our whisky tour clients - Hotel Waldhaus in Swizerland - Largest number of malt whiskies in the world - over 2500 (Guinness Book of Records) and Dundee Dell, possibly the largest collection of malts of any bar in the US. Regular visitors.
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Hi Norman. You are looking at a nice route, but I am going to make it a little better. First, the best possible website for finding anything and everything about Scotland, is http://www.undiscoveredscotland
The first thing to say is that you will need a good map. A lot of that land is private, though there are no legal restrictions to walking anywhere in Scotland. That does not mean you do not need to be
Hi Roger, Sorry to be slow back to you but I was in Ireland on a tour. Of course I remember the sensible member of the party :o) I would love to help you and can definitely provide a driver with
hi Meg and Chris. Just came off Islay yesterday. Beautiful in the glorious sunshine. There are very few trains anywhere in the West of Scotland and definitely nothing near to the ferry terminal
You would be far better to stay in Ayr or somewhere close, where you have the opportunity of playing famous courses like Troon and Turnberry - both Open Championship courses and a host of other good links