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St Andrew's Day

Its St Andrew’s Day on November the 30th and people around the world will celebrate it. Here in Scotland, St Andrew is known as our patron Saint and what better way to celebrate the day than with some great food made from the finest ingredients drawn from Scotland’s natural larder. 120 more words

Beef

[Trip] Scotland - Whisky Tour

So during our stay in Edinburgh, we decided to check out the Edinburgh castle. On the way to the castle, we stopped by Scottish Whiskey Tour. 196 more words

Trip

The Parting Glass - A traditional Scottish and Irish song.

Of all the money that e’er I had
I’ve spent it in good company
And all the harm that e’er I’ve done
Alas it was to none but me… 167 more words

Welcome to Monteiths

I’m a big fan of discount vouchers, if only for the fact that you end up spending less money. It’s also great for trying out new restaurants that you’re not sure about, especially when they’re expensive. 954 more words

Food

Paolo Nutini Live - 25th October 2014

25th October 2014 WARNING READERS MAY CRINGE AT SOME FANGIRL CONTENT IN THE POST TO FOLLOW.

I have never travelled very far to see a gig before- 40 miles to Birmingham at most -and living in a small town with no major arenas or venues, helps to generate a lot of buzz for a concert anyway. 644 more words

It is now time for a Federal UK

Now that 45% of Scots have voted for a split from the UK and more importantly Westminster and the agreement of further devolved governmental measures for Hollyrood today, it is clearly now time that the UK became a Federalised institution; it is the only fair way that the nation can be run. 198 more words

General

A Foodie in Edinburgh

Hello everyone!

In a post a few weeks ago, I mentioned that Edinburgh is transforming me into a foodie. I mean I’ve never considered myself a foodie and much less someone who really enjoyed food, other than to survive. 492 more words

Scotland