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Edinburgh Zoo

 

We visited Edinburgh Zoo last weekend as I had booked my daughter a Zoo keeper for the day experience for her birthday. We hadn’t been for a year so had been looking forward to it for a while.We were told to arrive 10 minutes before the zoo opened at 9am, so after a quick brekkie at Toby Carvery along the road (always handy) we arrived bright and early, camera and wellies in tow.  568 more words

Scotland

Spring is springing in Scotland

The weather has taken a turn for the better and when I have had the chance I have headed out to take advantage of the sunshine. 313 more words

Busy Living

The wonderful attractions of Fife Leisure Park

Are you wondering what to do tonight? Are you thinking that the weather’s not quite warm enough yet to be walking around the town after 7, but don’t fancy a night in front of the TV? 435 more words

Dunfermline

The Auld Capital

Although it may have been forgotten about by many Scots, Dunfermline was actually once the capital town of Scotland! In the mid eleventh century, Malcolm III, King of Scotland, married Saint Margaret at the church in Dunfermline, which led to the change of Dunfermline’s status until the assassination of James I in 1437. 17 more words

Dunfermline

A Grand day out

On Friday, I stopped by Scone on my home Dundee and found myself being offered a flight in a friends SkyRanger microlight. My friend intended on flying to Kingsmuir, which is a little grass strip in the East Neuk of Fife, not too far away from Crail, taking the scenic route out over Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Leuchars and Saint Andrews. 801 more words

Photography

Man charged with murdering Fife toddler

A man appeared in court on Tuesday charged with the murder of a two-year-old girl in Fife.

Madison Horn was taken from her home in Kelty to Kirkcaldy’s Victoria Hospital on Sunday evening, where she was pronounced dead. 53 more words

Fife