CHECKLIST: 20 First-Timer Experiences in Scotland
Planning a trip to Scotland is a daunting task - especially when it's your first time. You could begin by locking down dates or mapping out a route, but this list of things to taste, feel, do & see allows you plan a trip around once-in-a-lifetime experiences you must have when traveling to Scotland for the first time!
Scottish Witchcraft & Magick
From the ancient misty Highlands of Scotland to modern-day America come the secrets of solitary Witchcraft practice. The author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft introduces "PectiWita," or the craft of the Picts. Learn the history of these mysterious early Keltic people, their origins, beliefs, and celebrations. This book also explores the magic, sacred tools, herbal lore, song and dance, and recipes of the Scottish PectiWita tradition.
Galway City Top Attractions - The Best Things To Do In Galway, Ireland - Family Off Duty
If you are searching for what to do on a weekend break to Galway you are on the right place! Click here to find our favorite things to see in Galway City.
Riding the Hogwarts Express: Things to do in Scotland for Harry Potter Fans
Want a magical journey to Scotland following the footsteps of Harry Potter? Make sure to add these Harry Potter themed highlights to your Scotland itinerary!
Interested in Time Travel? A Trip to the Island of Sark is Just the Ticket!
With no cars, supermarkets or road, if you’re looking for a truly unique destination then trust me, the Island of Sark is the place to head!
Scottish Myths and Legends, pt. 1
Join us as we celebrate the release of Disney/Pixar's animated movie Brave with a look at Scotland's folklore, myths, and legends. In part one of a series, find out about the mythological creatures that inhabit Scottish lochs and rivers, including the kelpie, the selkie, and loch monsters like Nessie. We'll also look at the translations of Scottish poet James MacPherson, who gathered together fragments of Scotland's ancient folklore in the 18th century. You'll hear the Scottish Gaelic song…