Category Archives: Scotland

Lyceum Youth Theatre: Connections Festival

Lyceum Youth Theatre: LYT Discover by Alex Douglas We were invited along to the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh for the opening night of the Connections Festival. Set on the main stage of the Lyceum theatre in Edinburgh, a group of … Continue reading

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Behind The Scenes at McDonalds

I’ve been lucky enough to have many experiences via this blog including going behind the scenes at Disney and being a cruise ambassador. Last week I had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at McDonalds and I had so … Continue reading

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New Lanark

I’ve been meaning to visit New Lanark ever since I learned about Robert Owen in an entrepreneurship class at Uni. New Lanark is one of Scotland’s six UNESCO heritage sites and still has a living community. The cotton spinning village … Continue reading

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Ziggy’s, St Andrews

I’m just back from a trip to Tennessee, which is famous for it’s barbecue (yes I did sample some, more on that soon). However the week prior to going I actually experienced some ribs to rival those that I had … Continue reading

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Disney On Ice: 100 Years Of Magic

A couple of weeks ago we headed to the Braehead Arena in Glasgow to see the Disney On Ice: 100 Years Of Magic show. I took along two very discerning eight year olds to help me review it. When it … Continue reading

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STV’s RBS – Finding Scotland’s Real Heroes

I was invited to celebrate Scotland’s Real Heroes during a special ceremony in Edinburgh. You may have caught the broadcast on STV this week, if not then you can catch up on the STV player. I was asked to champion … Continue reading

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Disney On Ice Is Coming To Scotland

Disney On Ice celebrates 100 years of magic is coming to Glasgow’s Braehead Arena – 26th September – 5th October. The show features more than 60 unforgettable Disney stars that span the decades, a sing-along score of award-winning Disney music, … Continue reading

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John Lewis Tea On The Green

The run up to the Commonwealth Games has passed me by somewhat, we’ve been busy cruising and camping. Twitter came alight on Wednesday with opening ceremony tweets so I tuned in a little late to see some Scottie Dogs and … Continue reading

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One Direction at Murrayfield

We were at the One Direction concert at Murrayfield last week, with 64,000 in the audience it was Scotland’s largest ever concert – it was also our first ever stadium concert!

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Forth Bridges Bus & Boat Tour

The weather has been unusual this year, we’ve had a few good days but there’s been plenty of rainy days to accompany it. Unfortunately it was a bit drizzly on the day of our Forth Bridges Bus And Boat Tour, … Continue reading

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Sunday Lunch at Carfraemill

Some of my happiest memories as a child involve sitting around a very large table sharing dinner with family. We invested in a big table last year so that we can recreate some of that with Erin. As nice as … Continue reading

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Ring of Breadalbane: What’s On During Half Term

We visited the Ring of Breadalbane and The Scottish Crannog Centre a couple of weeks back. We stayed at the Ailean Chraggan hotel which we highly recommend of you decide to make a trip. Here’s what’s on during the October … Continue reading

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Ailean Chraggan Hotel

I love going up North, an hour in the car and you reach the most stunning scenery. The people and way of life is different, I like it. We stayed at the Ailean Chraggan hotel as part of our trip … Continue reading

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