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From Turnberry to Cruden Bay, Ginella’s epic Scotland golf trip

Matt Ginella at the ninth tee at Cruden Bay (Matt Ginella/GolfAdvisor) Admittedly, even for someone with “travel” in their job description,...

At one with nature: wildlife photography spots in Scotland

Have you ever witnessed something in the wild that has made your heart skip a beat? Scotland is teeming with...

Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month, an international celebration of all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and more. This year, as...

Beat the back-to-work blues with a Scottish coastal break

Let’s face it, January and February are not normally the cheeriest of months. I find it’s nice to give yourself something...

Glasgow hosts the Scottish Adventure Awards 2014

Looking for your next big adventure? With giant cliffs, hilly terrain and wild waters, it’s no surprise that adrenaline seekers...

New Year’s resolutions with a Scottish twist

With the year drawing to a close and Hogmanay just a few days away, no doubt many of us have...

Duel in the Pool: Glasgow’s Ultimate Swimming Showdown

There are many reasons to visit vibrant Glasgow the weekend before Christmas; whether it is for frantic last minute shopping,...

Get your skates on for the Ice Hockey World Championships

If, like me, you’ve been glued to your seat over the last two weeks watching the drama unfold at the...

Amy and Miriams’ autumn amble

As keen walkers who have explored much of Scotland’s west coast, we decided that it was time to head east....

Scotland: world's adventure capital in the making

I’m a firm believer that you don’t need to look far for adventure. It can be found right on your...

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