The next section of The Speyside Way, from Craigellachie to Ballindalloch, was a long, fairly straight stretch of 12 miles that followed the old railway route. In fact, throughout most of it, the old station platforms, railway arches and even remnants of discarded railway machinery remained, yet to be claimed by nature.
After sloughing off the jetlag with a 12-hour sleep and lethal amounts of coffee, we managed to clamber out of bed and up the nearby hill towards Prague Castle and Palace complex. Founded in 880 AD, Prague Castle has grown over the centuries to be the largest castle complex in the world. After seeing the […]
Despite being voted one of the top European destinations to visit under Lonely Planet’s 2014 Travel Awards, Slovenia, and in particular, Ljubljana, still remains relatively untouched compared to other European capitals. But what is one man’s disadvantage is another’s reward, as Ljubljana’s picturesque streets, appealing gastronomy and friendly people make it somewhere well worth a […]