Edinburgh’s Literary Haunts By Margaret Deefholts “Literary Edinburgh is to ‘wurrdaholics’ what Scotch whisky is to alcoholics,” says our guide Angus, his blue eyes twinkling, “T’is intoxicating and addictive!” An observation that would have likely been echoed by the literary giants who lived and worked in Scotland’s most invigorating city.
Land of Archaeological Wonders, Vikings and Otter Crossings by Jamie Ross It seemed a mysterious, enchanting and magical place. I stood alone amongst the standing stones known as The Ring of Bodgar. A tour bus had just departed, taking with it a throng of tourists. I had the place briefly