Gosh…Mairiuna….we’ll miss the 2009 Edition of Wigtown Book Festival, but let us not forget to include this major event inside our 2010 itinerary. It’s a must!
Wigtown-Scotland's National Book Town
Very welcoming sign board indeed. Let’s see if I can guess which nationality lies behind each “Welcome”…
Willkommen … gotta be German.
Failte … [...]
The Wigtown Ploughman Hotel
On our next Scottish itinerary, we’ll certainly not leave Scotland without spending a day or two in Wigtown. That’s really a nice little town and of course, as we’ve already mentioned it, a fabulous place to buy books, especially the old ones we are looking for desperately and which have [...]
The first Scottish fictional female detective, Valeria, created by Wilkie Collins, back in 1875, in his book titled The Law and the Lady was all about attacking the “Not Proven” verdict that still exists today in Scotland laws.
It is quite surprising Mairiuna, that Wilkie Collins had a great success with this [...]
How amazing! Our blog seems to possess a life of its own now, with its authors sometimes desperately trying to follow it ! There are so many roads opening everywhere that we sometimes feel as if lost in a labyrinth. Mind you ! That’s the kind of thing that may well happen to you if [...]