Author: Alan

Having been cancelled because of Covid for the last two years, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is back with a new show: Voices. With more than 200,000 spectators attending the Tattoo over its three week run, it is not just one of the biggest live events...

[caption id="attachment_6416" align="aligncenter" width="900"] The Falls of Dochart looking beautiful or bonnie.[/caption] In an earlier blog, we took a look at the large number of Scots words associated with alcohol. This month, we're going to widen the net a little and explore other words or phrases...

Our tours of Glasgow focus on the superb food and drink available in the city's innovative restaurants. They also delve into Glasgow's social history. Recently, this guide followed in the footsteps of generations of Glaswegian families and took a journey 'doon the watter', the local phrase...

Glasgow Central is the start point of our EatWalk food tours and a much-loved landmark. Scotland's busiest station, Glasgow Central is the start point for our EatWalk tours of the city. Some 38 million people pass through the station every year, jumping on trains that serve...

Having just celebrated Hogmanay - the Scots word for New Year's Eve - many of us will be looking forward to a quiet few days. However, there are only a few weeks to go until another of Scotland's annual causes for celebration: Burns Night. Each year,...

Our EatWalk gift vouchers make great Christmas presents. We thought we would mention this as the festive season is rapidly ho ho hoing its way towards us. In previous blogs, we have written about Scottish Christmas and Hogmanay customs. If you want to know more about first...