What's hard during winter is that there is no light. The night starts around 3.30pm and the day around 8.30 am. But when the weather has been clear and amazing all day, the sky is just amazingly beautiful and the light as the sun goes down ... describing it would be impossible. So I'll leave …
Here is a story about my first day out of Edinburgh and up to the amazing Scottish highlands!
First article of 2019, about my favorite close on the Royal Mile!
Here is a little story about the Celtic Knot, a symbol here in Scotland!
Duddingston Loch is the only example of a natural freshwater lock in Edinburgh. About a 40 minutes walk from the city center, it is an important site for both breeding and wintering wildfowl. Located in the southern part of Holyrood Park it hosts areas of mixed woodland, scrub, grassland, and reedbeds.
Arthur's Seat and its whereabouts are probably the most stunning and breathtaking place of Edinburgh. In only a few minutes, you are out of the city, surrounded by nature. Right in the middle of Scotland's capital.
Here are some pictures from my morning in Newhaven!
A casual Saturday walk to empty your head. Edinburgh, you are a wonder!
An Ode to the Scottish Autumn (or early winter?)
Up to Castle Rock, dominating Princes Gardens, is this black fortress. And I finally visited it. Read more about it in this article!