London, before and now. Visiting London again after 25 years. It has changed
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Time effects us all. Change is hard to fathom sometimes.
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Cuillins from Kirkibost Originally uploaded by bruiach1 Wrote in 2010: I wrote several years ago, well seven, actually about my meeting an elderly gentleman at Inverness Bus stop. At the end of our conversation, we parted as friends and he said something strange about…
VisitScotland, the national Tourist Board of Scotland has designated this year as the Year of National Scotland. Every year Scotland promotes it brand in unique ways. They have encapsulated the attributes of their brand by affixing the adjectives, Enduring, Dramatic and Human. These words…
Well Burns night is almost upon us. Going to try to make a nice meal and pull out my Rabbie Burns poetry books, plop a fireplace DVD into the TV or watch Spartacus on Starz… I really do miss my haggis, neeps and tatties….
There is something to say for having the Internet. Once and awhile my senses are awaken by gems of video, music and words as they were today when I received a post from VisitScotland. They were inviting me to SINGLE MALT WHISKY: THE ISLAY 8…
It will be interesting to see how the hospitality and tourism industry rebounds from Hurricane Sandy. The infrastructure of this country was already taxed and decaying from lack of refurbishment. Atlantic City already suffering from last year’s Hurricane Irene and diminishing casino revenues due…
Here we go again…
So who says you can’t arm-chair travel on a Sunday. I was on my Facebook account and noticed a posting and picture for Cullins fae Camas Malag – Isle of Skye by Caledoniadreamn. So had to check it out. I haven’t explored the whole…
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