I could make this one really quick,
Follow the path and soak up the views.
Walks in Scotland don't come much better than the Fife Coastal Path and this section from Lower Largo to St Monans is my favourite part so far. 9.5 miles of stunning beaches, cute villages and panoramic vistas. It should take between 3-4 hours but you will want to stop off and explore so many times you could easily make a full day of it. You can read about the other sections that I've completed in the Fife Coastal Path section of the blog.
I finally got to an Outlander Gathering! And what a weekend!
Women (and a few brave and crazy men) from every corner of the globe descended on the Highland town of Aviemore for which is essentially a great big party for Outlander fans. The Outlandish UK admins who planned this year's event need a huge pat on the back because I can't even imagine how much organisation it would take to pull off such a brilliant Outlander Gathering. There were so many different elements and each was flawlessly executed. Every element was thought about, every potential problem was solved before it even happened and every attendee was looked after and made to feel welcome, including me, who knew a grand total of about three people there.
The intriguing and impressive story behind the formation of Dunfermline as we know it today is not something I knew a lot about, so when the new Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries opened last week it was the perfect opportunity to find out exactly what secrets this beautiful town holds. I began with a whistle stop tour of the impressive Heritage Quarter with Jack Pryde from Discover Dunfermline tours whose passion and knowledge for the town was infectious.
Read more at Welcome to Fife