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    The Best of Scotland – Argyll & The Isles: Iona…


    Sailing on towards Iona aboard the Calendonian MacBrayne ferry © 2003 Scotiana


    Hi everybody,

    Our journey goes on in Argyll and the Isles, in search of the best of Scotland and today a little passenger ferry will lead us to Iona, one of the jewels of Argyll & The Isles.

    With its […]

    The wonderful colours of Scotland: BLUE…



    Birmingham-Glasgow flight © 2003 Scotiana

    Dear readers,

    Last time I opened our photo albums to share with you pictures of Scotland in its gorgeous spring yellow colour but YELLOW is only one of the many wonderful colours which give Scotland such an irresistible charm. Today, I would like to make you discover […]

    A wild and lonely valley in the Scottish Highlands: Glencoe



    The Valley of Glencoe © 2007 Scotiana

    ‘Glencoe has no melancholy except that which men bring to it, remembering its history. (..)

    (John Prebble – Glencoe)


    Loch Leven with Pap of Glencoe in the background © 2006 Scotiana

    One of the main […]

    Rannoch Moor : First Steps into the Scottish Wilderness

    Rannoch Moor ©2006 Scotiana

    Rannoch Moor ©2006 Scotiana

    In 2006, on Itinerary 5, we stopped our car on the side of the A82. We love this road which leads to Glencoe, the place where, in 2000, on Itinerary 1, we definitely fell in love with Scotland in front of one of […]

    The Munros – Five Of The Six Scotland’s Highest Mountains


    The Munros – Cameron McNeish

    Hi Janice ! You know I’m a born player and since nobody has answered your question still, I’ll give it a try myself. I leave it to you to talk about the statue of Sherlock Holmes in Edinburgh. 😉 I remember you’ve taken beautiful close-ups of it during […]