British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson on Monday doubled an offensive to boost his Brexit goals. On the one part, he announced an investment plan of 300 million pounds (329 million euros) in Scotland, a territory mostly contrary to an EU exit, especially without a pact. On the other hand, the conservative leader’s office sent a harsh message to the EU, warning that Johnson will not negotiate with Brussels if the safeguard included in the exit agreement is not withdrawn before avoiding a hard border in Ireland.
A perfect day starts with a good cup of coffee and ends with a smooth glass of wine…or something like that right? Traveling to a country like Scotland, with its endless mountain views and endless tourist destinations, can leave you quite disoriented. Make sure you’re starting the day right with the best cups of coffee, and ending the day on a light note with some of the best drinks around. Need dinner ideas along the way? That’s here too!
If you’re not sure where your travels will take you yet, there is a suggestion for each unique spot in both southern and northern Scotland.
Scotland was on my bucket list ever since I saw the movie Braveheart. I finally had a chance to go last year, and although it was familiar through media, it surpassed what I had in my mind to expect. The beautiful majestic mountains, diverse climates, with almost 800 islands and more castles than I’ve ever seen!