The Black Isle on the east coast of Scotland is just a short jaunt if you’re travelling from Inverness, heading north over the Kessock Bridge. Neither an Isle or black it’s a strange choice of name but it’s not the only thing that’s strange!
The lush green fields and forests, the quaint villages and the little bays and beaches are what make the Black Isle so loved by locals and visitors.
Driving along the road to Munlochy, on the A832 from Fortrose to Cromarty, an eerie sight will catch your eye. If you know nothing of this magical place it’ll definitely take you by surprise
Hidden bars down winding lanes, the sarcastic humour of the little old lady at the bus stop and that famous Glasgow patter.
You’ve never properly laughed until you get chatting to a retired Glaswegian in a pub with a sticky floor.
The striking architecture and elaborate buildings speak of Glasgow’s wealthy, industrial past when people arrived from all over the world.
It’s one reason the city has a diverse culture, where you can sample food from every corner of the world and see art from as far flung as South America and Russia.
So step off the beaten track with my guide to Glasgow at its quirkiest.
SITUATED on the fringe of the Scottish Highlands, nestled on the banks of the River Ness, Inverness is a popular base for those exploring the surrounding countryside.
Famous now as the start of the UK’s favourite road, the North Coast 500 , and also made popular with Outlander fans all over the world, as the setting for the Starz TV series, there is more to Inverness than meets the eye.
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