Driving down the unnamed roads of Scotland

The view of the Cairngorms hill in autumn. A stream is flowing through the valley and there are three people walking away from the camera.

We started in the morning when the mist still clung to the ground and continued into the clear sunshine of the afternoon. It was the middle of the rutting season for deer and you know what that means; the sound of the nearby stream rushing full of rain water broken by the sound of horny deer chasing tail around the hills.

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Halloween special!!

Tree petrified oak trees in Mundon. They look like three people standing in a circle, talking

Summer is ending. Autumn is here. I can smell it in the air, feel it in the wind. Soon the leaves will start falling and it will become socially acceptable to drink gallons of pumpkin spice latte. Halloween is just around the corner.

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Things to do in Fes, the cultural capital of Morocco

The famous fes hat on the colourful Moroccan tiles

Even Eddy and Patsy had their Moroccan adventure in Marrakech. Casablanca was made famous by the eponymous classic film with Ingrid Bergman who, from all the gin joints in the world, had to walk into Humphrey Bogart’s one. And Tangier? Well I’ll just say William Burroughs wrote his Naked Lunch there.

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39 days of travelling through Croatia

Our mascot sitting on a tree. Behind him is the almost white beach and the sea.

We have visited locations from Istra all the way down to the famous Dubrovnik. I myself had time to go to the capital, travel a bit around my home town and venture into Slavonija and Podravina.

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