Robert I, known as Robert the Bruce, was King of Scots from 25th March 1306 until his death in 1329. He secured Scotland's independence from England in the middle ages and was arguably one of Scotland's greatest Kings and most famous warriors. Today in Scotland, Robert the Bruce is a national hero.
So who was Robert and how did he become king?
This week I thought I'd update about a subject that's particularly popular with our guests; the Loch Ness Monster!
Nessie has been a much debated subject for many years, since the 6th Century enthusiasts have been exploring Loch Ness, attempting to catch a glimpse of the legendary Monster. Does she exist? What is she? How long as she been alive? Is there more than one
This week I've chosen a topic of mine which is very close to my heart, and that is whisky!
If you've taken the time to read our Driver-Guide interview page on our website, you'll be aware that whisky is certainly a popular topic. You could go as far to say whisky is part of the Scottish culture, and for this reason many of our tours visit Whisky distilleries around Scotland. We receive