Our guest blogger Ian Simm from Palmerston House Educational Services, based in Edinburgh looks into Scotland’s influence on language, culture and tradition.
During my travels, I have regularly been asked whether English is spoken in Scotland, or whether it is ‘part of England’. Being from a country of only 4 million people, it’s hardly
So its competition time again where we challenge you to send us your photos, and I do mean YOUR photos, the person with the best photo, traditionally known as the winner, shall be able to take a one day tour with a friend for free.
The conditions are – you must share the photo on our facebook page, it must have been taken by you, whilst you’re posting your photo to us why
Its summer time and you’re on your holiday, your time is limited so you have to be selective in what you do. If this is the case for you then let us explain why booking a Highland tour with Timberbush Tours is a wise move for you!
Timberbush Tours are 5* Visit Scotland Accredited tour operator, so you can rest assured
With myself foisted on the driver-guide Graeme for the Highland Whisky, Woodland & William Wallace tour I’m starting to get the feeling that I’m not an essential body in our office… still that means I get some whisky. Snuggling into the comfortable 29 seater bus as this is quite the busy tour today, we have a bit of banter with our driver-guide Graeme. It turns out