Tag Archives: Scotland

The Ultimate Backpacker’s Guide to St Andrews, Scotland

St Andrews Cathedral

St Andrews is a beautiful coastal village about an hour and a half north of Edinburgh. If you’ve had your fill of the big city and want to see what a smaller Scottish village looks like, or perhaps you just really like golf, St Andrews is the place for you. As part of the Kingdom of Fife, (which you can …

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My Failed Attempt to Hike the 96-Mile West Highland Way

Skye Class on the West Highland Way

Hiking the West Highland Way has been on my bucket list since I first learned about it in 2015. I had a failed attempt to hike the Way in 2016, and I’m sad to say I have another failure to add to the list this year. So what went wrong? First of all, let me just say that I should …

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Riding the Most Delicious Tour in Edinburgh on the Red Bus Bistro

Selfie with Red Bus Bistro Burger Tour

Edinburgh is a city small enough to easily explore by foot. That doesn’t mean it always should be. For one thing, Edinburgh is known for its rainy climate. As such, getting a bus tour of Edinburgh can be really fun. Then again, so can eating the local food. Good thing you can do both on the Red Bus Bistro. Edinburgh …

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A Day of Adventures with Nevis Range in Fort William, Scotland

Selfie at Nevis Range with Ben Nevis

The West Highland Way in Scotland ends in the coastal village of Fort William. While there’s not a ton to do in town, the Nevis Range Mountain Experience a couple miles outside of town offers some activities such as skiing in the winter, mountain biking in the summer and a treetop rope course. I went there to spend the day …

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