Throwback to Summertime! In late July, I went to a Lavender Oil Farm for the first time and it was a photographer’s dream. I also put the drone up at Loch Leven and got the best reflection views!
In today’s video, I stand and watch the Jacobite go over Glenfinnan Viaduct – one of the most beautiful places in Scotland. This train was used as the Hogwarts Express in Harry Potter:
Hello and welcome to a new vlog! Today, we explore the East Neuk of Fife, adventuring around St. Monans and Anstruther; which is said to have the best chip shop in the whole of the UK:
Hello and welcome to another Edinburgh Vlog! Today, we trek up the many hills of Edinburgh, including Arthur Seat, Castle Rock, Corstorphine Hill and Blackford Hill:
Today, I explore Pitlochry in the underrated region of Perthshire! This location is famous for its ‘Queen’s View’; a viewpoint of Loch Tummel that Queen Victoria notably visited. Is it the best view in the whole of Scotland?
Are you a fan of Outlander? This Scottish Medieval Drama has much significance in Scotland for its use of castles as filming locations. Including the 2 I see today: Blackness Castle and Midhope Castle, which moreover, was used as the Protagonist’s house, Lallybroch.
Welcome to the 2nd half of our 3rd day on this tremendous Staycation! This part will prove how beautiful Scotland’s beaches are as we head to the jaw-dropping, Rattray Head and Newburgh Beach; which is famed for its playful Seals:
I did so much on the 3rd day of my Scottish Staycation, so, this day is split into two parts – lucky you! Today, I explore Aberdeenshire for the first time. Travelling to popular sights such as Bow Fiddle Rock, Banff and Crovie:
Here is the 2nd part in my Scottish Staycation. Today, we explore many Scottish castles, meeting a few Highland Coos and I taste Brewdog’s Craft Beer despite not enjoying the taste of beer whatsoever. Enjoy!
Hello everyone and welcome to the first part of my Scottish Staycation! Today, we head to Fort George and do a bit of Dolphin spotting whilst being immersed in Jacobitian History: