In the remote seas of Scotland’s northernmost horizon, the Shetlands Islands are a world of their own.
I managed to find a paparazzi photo of the Lord and Lady in attendance at a posh party thrown by Tatler magazine. Of course he appeared very dashing and she was the picture of vibrant elegance, which only further intimidated me.
“As a golf architect I like inspiring the average golfer because it’s such a difficult game even at the highest level. Tiger Woods is the greatest player the world’s ever seen. You ask Tiger if the game is easy. No – it’s difficult even for him on a given day.”
“It was her Majesty at the wheel and Prince Phillip in the passenger seat while I was in the back seat. It’s rather remarkable, I suppose, looking back.”
Traveling in the Highlands reveals a different side of Scotland, with craggy rock-strewn mountains and towering cliffs that plunge to the sea below.
A local shares what she loves about the unspoiled Kingdom of the Cats in Scotland – and why you might want to visit Caithness too.
A romantic five-star castle hotel is the perfect base to explore Scotland’s Loch Lomond.
In Scotland’s Whisky Capital, you can learn the art of creating this prized beverage.
A visit to the Scottish capital can be expensive, but here are 10 experiences that won’t cost you a penny.
Traditional teas, rich hot chocolate and the national cuisine of haggis make steep cobblestone streets worth the walk.
You could easily spend a week exploring Edinburgh, but here’s what to see if you only have 24 hours.