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Walk in Maspie Den

Earlier in the week a friend on facebook had mentioned this walk, so as Terry had Friday off and it was nice weather we thought we would give it go. 89 more words


Pictures: Day Fifteen

Today, we took off on a tour bus with the “Rabbie’s” Tour Company and a super fun tour guide named Steve! A little about Steve: he is really good at sound effects (like cannons booming), and narrates stories with different character’s voices. 528 more words


The Newport, Fife

As a culinary fanatic and slightly obsessive Masterchef viewer, Mr WiW was keen to visit The Newport before it had even opened its doors.

The chef, Jamie Scott, began his career at the age of 14, working in his parents’ pub and worked his way up to running it. 264 more words

Gotta Have a Gussett to be a Gansey

by Lee Louise

A gansey, or guernsey, is a fisherman’s sweater. Traditionally, they were made out of fineĀ gauge wool for warmth, using knit-and-purl textured patterns, with underarm gussets, in a construction that minizes the number of seams. 361 more words

The Bee's Cheese

I recently buzzed to Kingsbarns beach – a stunning award winning location situated in the East Neuk of Fife, on the Fife Coastal Path.

It’s Lovely. 239 more words


Saturday Night "Hockey" Fever?

Growing up in the West Coast of Scotland, the nearest thing to Ice Hockey that a lot of people will know is the Disney classic “The Mighty Ducks” and then maybe not so much the two sequels… However what you may not know is that Ice Hockey is fast becoming one of the most popular sports in Scotland and the UK! 1,375 more words