Get ready to soar through adventures. Tourism is a word, Traveling is an emotion.
Of course, Scotland is the gift that keeps giving. Against contrary belief, I personally feel the best time to visit Scotland is between October-December, hint of snow, slightly cold, Christmas markets, what’s not to love? Here is a slice from the first road trip of mine on this heaven on Earth – Loch Lomond and The Trossachs.
Shamelessly stealing the famous naming convention from F.R.I.E.N.D.S., but this is the pilot and finale combined in the same episode. London is definitely one place everyone should not miss. But there is an overwhelming economic factor that comes as part of the parcel when one does decide to visit this bustling city on the banks of River Thames. Fear not, there is so much one could do in London for just as much as £20 or sometimes, just a day travel card.
The next on the list of my favorite spots in Dundee, filled with great Scottish food items, ones that are perfect for a party.
On the banks of the river Tay, situated in the East Coast of Scotland, Dundee is a small city in comparison to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Yet, the city has so much to offer and one really becomes a part of it, proudly enough that only you would be allowed to rant on about the silent … Continue reading Check In, Dundee!