‘All about the journey….not just the destination’
Scotland and Ireland
A rich history and certainly strong in patriotism, the greens of the Emerald Isle and the blue of Scotland certainly portrays a colourful and diverse heritage equal to both nations. Ireland and Scotland, both nestled north and west of Great Britain makes for an extraordinary journey almost through times gone by; large swathes of rolling hills, lochs and weather beaten coastline dotted with picturesque towns and villages are almost untouched to this present day. Simply connected by ferry, Scotland and Ireland are certainly famous for their outstanding hospitality and deep rooted welcome to all that visit their shores. Scotland; rugged and dramatically beautiful; a land of many opportunities to discover, from working Scotch Malt Whisky Distillery’s, and of course the capital Edinburgh famed for shortbread, tweed and cashmere. Ireland; one island, two capitals and host to not only some of the most stunning countryside; but also, nine vibrant cities. Songs of Galway Bay sang in the rustic inns of Dublin and the remote rocky coasts will certainly leave an impression, and perhaps even a fondness for Guinness.