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    Edinburgh Airport break records!

    Since it is not everyday that great events are spread amongst the news broadcasting networks, I’m happy to share a great moment in time here on Scotiana’s blog, in case you missed it when it came out.

    Edinburgh Airport is now the first Scottish airport to handle more than 10 […]

    A journey around Scotland: up and down the Royal Mile …

    Wednesday 5 September

    Today we are leaving our cosy wigwam at Morton’s Hall Campsite and we intend to spend the whole day in the old town of Edinburgh before taking the road to Glasgow. The weather is fine. In our journey around Scotland, we look forward with much anticipation to our last day in the […]

    A journey around Scotland: a day in the Old Town of Edinburgh

    Monday 3 September

    12:00 we leave Mortonhall campsite. The place is rather empty at this hour of the day except for our little friends, the rabbits, which play around and hide below our wigwam. They must be eager to be left alone in their realm…

    Highland cow in Mortonhall campsite […]

    A journey around Scotland: roaming the New Town in Edinburgh


    Edinburgh Tour green bus © 2012 Scotiana

    Hi everybody,

    Lovely as this double-decker may look like we are not going to visit Edinburgh aboard it though it might have been a solution to avoid parking and traffic problems in the city (tram works presently).

    Wigwam – Mortonhall Caravan & Camping Site – […]

    Following Literary Trails in Scotland: Edinburgh…



    Edinburgh Advocate's Close © 2006 Scotiana

    To discover literary Edinburgh, you have to walk it, defying Robert Louis Stevenson’s “bleak winds” and exploring Dorothy Wordsworth’s “passes of dark stone”, simply because there is no other way of penetrating the ancient wynds, closes and creeper-ridden burial grounds of this city, whose literary past […]