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Scouring Scotland

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Scouring Scotland

Trossachs

The Trossachs is a small woodland glen in the Stirling council area of Scotland. This hidden away preserve can be enjoyed by all of the family. Take a drive, hike or even get a permit to camp inside its grounds. Just don’t forget to stop and take in the view.

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Glengoyne

If you fancy something a little bit different, you could visit one of the many whiskey distilleries across Scotland. It’s just happens that this time my emergence into the world of whiskey was at the Glengoyne highland distillery in Dumgoyne. I may not be at the correct age to drink, just yet. But that did not stop me from capturing some snapshots of the surrounding.

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival

In all of my time on this earth, there has been one festival that I have always wanted to grace my presence with. During my short weekend in Scotland, I had the chance to experience the Fringe for one day only. I do not really have any words to describe this beautiful, mix-matched meal. But it is so nourishing that you simply need to experience it.

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If you come to Edinburgh in a time that is not dominated by the Fringe Festival. A pop into ‘The Elephant Café’ to see where J.K.Rowling wrote Harry Potter may suffice. Take a pen and add your words of thanks to the author in the oddest place: the bathroom.

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If you come to Edinburgh in a time that is not dominated by the Fringe Festival. A pop into ‘The Elephant Cafe’ to see where J.K.Rowling wrote Harry Potter may suffice. Take a pen and add your words of thanks to the author in the oddest place: the bathroom.

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